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Title: The Panama Canal spillway = el Canal de Panamá spillway
Alternate Title: Spillway
Canal de Panamá Spillway
Spillway del Canal de Panamá
Physical Description: 37 v. : ill. ; 43 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Canal Zone
Canal Zone
Panama Canal Company
United States -- Panama Canal Commission
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Publisher: Panama Canal
Place of Publication: Balboa Hights C.Z
Balboa Hights, C.Z
Publication Date: June 7, 1968
Frequency: biweekly[jan. 6, 1984-1999]
weekly[ former -dec. 23, 1983]
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Language: Text in English and Spanish; Spanish text inverted.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 33 (Feb. 1, 1963)-Vol. 37, no. 26 (Dec. 30, 1999).
Issuing Body: Issued by: Government of the Canal Zone <June 24, 1966-June 13 1969>; by the Panama Canal Company, <Aug. 13, 1976>-Sept. 14, 1979; by the Panama Canal Commission, Sept. 20, 1979-Dec. 1999.
General Note: "Official Panama Canal publication."
General Note: Imprint varies: Balboa Hights, <1966-1978>; Miami, Fla., <1979-1982>; Balboa Heights, Pan. <1983>-1999.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 1 (June 24, 1966); title from caption.
General Note: Vols. for 1994-1995 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note: Special "80th anniversary supplement" issue published on Aug. 12, 1994.
General Note: Special ed. for 65th anniversary of the Panama Canal issued at end of Oct. 1979, is also a joint issue with: The News: authorized unofficial publication of the U.S. Armed Forces, Quarry Heights, Panama, and includes the text of the Panama Canal Act.
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Volume ID: VID00668
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02582102
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Preceded by: Spillway
Succeeded by: Faro (Balboa, Panama)

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Gift of the Panama Canal Museum-


THE PANAMA CANAL





Spillway


Vol. VI, No. 51 More Than 50 Years of Service to World Commerce Friday, June 7, 1968


Civic Councils Told


Of Tight '69 Budget


According to word received from
Washington, all budgets for fiscal
year 1969 will be tight. However, it
is not known as yet what will be
approved in the Panama Canal's fiscal
year 1969 program, which starts in
July, Cov. W. P. Leber told the
U.S. Civic Council executive session
at the May meeting.
Governor Leber said the Panama
Canal organization has been getting
ready, the past few weeks, for the
annual visit of the Budget and
Finance Committee of the Panama
Canal's Board of Directors, who will
be coming to the Canal Zone to go
over the budget for fiscal year 1970.
By fall, he said, the Canal authori-
ties will have definite clear instruc-
tions on how much money to expect
in the budgets for fiscal years 1969
and 1970. The situation in the United
States has everyone in the Govern-
ment thoroughly occupied and the
Canal Zone, though thousands of
miles from Washington, has to tighten
its belt when the United States does,
he pointed out.
At the executive session of April 15,
copies of tentative specifications for
a leash law were distributed to each
Council for discussion within the
separate communities.
In a general discussion, John
Knick, first vice president, Pacific
Civic Council, brought out the fact
that apparently dogs have the prob-
lems instead of people. He and Dr.
Teodoro Arias of the Ancon-Balboa
Heights, Pacific Civic Council, em-
phasized that people who had hunt-
ing dogs usually had more than two
and that hunters want to protect
their dogs. Instances of dogs being
provoked were reported, together
with cases of penned-in dogs set free
during their owners' absences from
home.
Mrs. Darleen Ashby, president of
the Pacific Civic Council, suggested
changing the name from "leash law"
to "pet control."
Governor Leber suggested a sum-
marization of all the points on the
subject, as gathered at the commu-
nity discussions, and then a referen-
dum vote.
Kenneth Fugleberg, treasurer of
the Gatun Civic Council, on the sub-
ject of rescheduling Panama Rail-
road train departure, pointed out
that he is not referring to a special
train. The request, he emphasized,
is that the 10 p.m. train leave /2 hour
later, at least on weekends.
Before taking up new business at
this meeting, Governor Leber sug-
gested discontinuance, as in previous
years, of Civic Council executive ses-
sions during the summer months
because many employees are on
leave. The next executive session will
be held in September, with special
meetings to be called should any
matters of importance arise that
require discussion.
The executive committee for
Youth-Family-Community Relations
is to hold a briefing on June 20 at
1:30 p.m. in the board room of the
Administration Building. Officers of
the Civic Councils and leaders of
other organizations in the civilian and
military communities of the Canal
Zone will be invited, said Governor
Leber. Since January. he said, this
committee has taken up many of the
problems concerning youths such as
reading material at the Panama Canal
Service Centers, films, health educa-


tion, drug and alcohol abuse, and
professional counseling services.
New business to come before the
executive sessions included a request
for better equipped retail sections at
the Canal Zone gas stations; the
building of garbage container walls
in U.S. communities, similar to those
in Canal Zone Latin American com-
munities; charge accounts available
once more in the Panama Canal
Retail stores; control of sandflies and
mosquitoes in the Diablo swamp
area, and a night drop box for books
at the Canal Zone Library.
The problem of drugs and teen-
agers was the subject of an animated
discussion. Dr. Arias pointed out that
LSD has no smell and no taste and
may be easily slipped into a cup of
tea or coffee. The drug comes in
powder or liquid form. The powder
is light blue, said Dr. Arias, while the
liquid is colorless.
Governor Leber observed that the
matter is of grave concern and is
being taken up by the Youth-Family-
Community Relations committee. He
reported that a film on LSD is being
(Continued on p. 4)


15 Awarded


Checks for


Suggestions

Incentive Awards for suggestions
and checks totaling $520 were pre-
sented to 15 Panama Canal employees
this week at ceremonies on both
sides of the Isthmus.
Gov. W. P. Leber presented the
awards to Pacific side employees and
Capt. Axton T. Jones, Transporta-
tion and Terminals Director, repre-
senting the Governor, gave them to
Atlantic siders. The suggestions rep-
resented estimated total tangible
benefits of $5,000 to the Panama
Canal organization.
The largest check, for $150, went
to John M. Purvis, Jr., of the Printing
Plant for his suggestion to obtain
more economical paper cuts from
paper on which to print The Panama
Canal Review.
The second highest was $100 that
went to Frank T. Willoe, Naviga-
tion Division, for his suggested
operational improvements on the
Tug Arraijan. Third was Alfred Tulle,
Electrical Division, who suggested
(Continued on p. 4)


New Physicians Due


At Gorgas Hospital


Eight new residents and four doc-
tors who have completed their intern-
ships at Gorgas Hospital, will join
the hospital staff as resident physi-
cians at the end of June when the
training year begins.
At the same time 16 United States
doctors will start their internships at
Gorgas.
One of the new residents is a
woman. She is Dr. Carol F. Meyer
of North Augusta, S.C., who will
begin her first year residence in
pediatrics. She is a graduate of the
Medical College of Georgia where
she also took her internship.
Dr. Gil Sanchez, a third year
pathology resident, was born in Pan-
ama and is a graduate of a medical
school in Salamanca, Spain. He
interned in the Maryland General
Hospital and lives in Panama.
Dr. Gustavo A. Herrera, a first
year Ob-Gyn resident, is from La
Paz, Bolivia. He received his doctor
of medicine degree from the Univer-
sity of Chile in Santiago and interned
in La Paz after serving in the Bolivian
Army.
Other new residents: Dr. Clair R.
Cutler, a graduate of Northwestern
University Medical School, will take
his second year of orthopedic surgery.
Dr. James L. Stakely, a graduate
of the University of Southern Cali-
fornia, will start his first year in
general surgery.
Dr. Henry D. Patterson graduated
from the University of Nebraska
College of Medicine and will begin
his first year in general surgery.
Dr. Jack Gent, of Philippi, W. Va.,
will begin his second year of general
surgery.
Dr. Burton D. Brent, also a second
year general surgery resident, is a
graduate of the Chicago Medical
School and interned in the Univer-
sity of Michigan Hospital. He
attended the Tropical Survival School
in Albrook in 1966.
A ninth resident, Dr. J. Fred


Miller III, of Tampa, Fla., will begin
his second year training in ortho-
pedics September 1.
The three doctors completing their
internships at Gorgas Hospital are:
Dr. N. E. Bernhardt, first year
internal medicine; Dr. M. A. Drake,
first year internal medicine; and Dr.
R. J. Hehn, first year preorthopedic
surgery.
Of the 16 incoming interns, two
are bachelors. They are James D.
Mattias, a graduate of the University
of Iowa Medical School, and Dr.
Bernard A. Nemchausky, University
of Illinois Medical Center.
(Continued on p. 4)


Robert

To "Y"

Robert C. Wick, exe
tor of the Armed Serv
tion, Cristobal, was ele
Society of Fellows ol
Men's Christian Associa
America at the Socie


Robert C. Wi


A trophy in recognition of more than 3,000,000 man-hours without disabling
injury at the Balboa Service Center was presented by Lt. Gov. H. R. Parfitt,
left, to W. L. Benny, manager, at the Safety Award presentation ceremony
of the Supply and Community Service Bureau.


S&CS Employees


Are Cited for Safety


A trophy in recognition of Balboa
Service Center employees having
worked more than 3,000,000 man-
hours without a disabling injury, from
January 1958 through May 1968, was
presented to W. L..Benny, manager,
during the Safety Award program at
the Balboa Theater. Lt. Gov. H. R.
Parfitt, who was the guest speaker
at this awards ceremony, made the
presentation of this trophy which
was awarded for the first time.
He also presented two Safety
plaques and one 30-year and eight
20-year safety keys.
A plaque for the Supply Division,
in recognition of 1,371,014 man-
hours without a disabling injury,
from October 13, 1967, through
March 27, 1968, was presented J. F.
Manning, General Manager.
The Marketing Branch, with a
total of 1,155,313 man-hours with-
out disabling injury, from October 13,
1967, through March 27, 1968, re-


Wick Elected

Fellow Group
ecutive direc- meeting at George Williams College,
ices Associa- Geneva Campus, Williams Bay,
cted into the Wis.
F the Young He was one of nine honored by
tion of North the society and was chosen for
ty's triennial having made outstanding contribu-
tions to the program of the associa-
tion through his continuous full-time
service for a period of more than
7 years.
He is one of 118 so honored since
the Society of Fellows was organized
in 1924.
The objectives of the Society of
Fellows are: To unite in fellowship
those who have given outstanding
service in physical education in the
YMCAs of North America; to ex-
plore the need for and to encourage
and foster creative work by its mem-
hers in supporting their efforts in
study, research, and experimentation
carried on in behalf of the Physical
Education Society of the North
American YMCAs and to stimulate
personal discipline and pride in pro-
fessional competency in physical
ick education.


ceived a plaque which was accepted
by N. B. Davison, Superintendent.
A 30-year safety record by Vic-
toriano Ortega of the Canal's
Grounds Branch brought him into
the limelight of the safety awards
program and he became the proud,
possessor of a Panama Canal Safety
Key, presented by Lieutenant Gov-
ernor Parfitt.
Lieutenant Governor Parfitt also
presented 20-year keys to the follow-
ing who had served without disabling
injuries in that period: Frank Henry,
Grounds Branch; Tomis D. Arose-
mena, Grounds Branch; Jos6 A. Zti-
rate, Grounds Branch; Victoriano
Alvarado, Santa Cruz Service Center;
G. S. de Torres, Balboa Retail Store;
Elisio Gonzalez, Balboa Retail
Store; George Menzies, Balboa Shoe
Store; and Leticia Gonzalez, Ancon
Laundry.
L. A. Ferguson, Director of the
Supply and Community Service Bu-
reau, presented Safe Driving Cards
to bureau drivers who drove through
1967 without incurring a driving
violation. They were: Oscar Rollex,
Buildings and Equipment, 4 years;
Clifford Chandler and Thomas Riley
of the Balboa Retail Store, who had
been driving 12 years; George
Chambers, Santiago Sinchez, and
Rafael Femenias of the Balboa Retail
Store, who had been driving 9 years;
and to Oscar Butler, 3 years, Ignacio
G6ndola, 2 years, Harry Smith, Ken-
neth Bowen, Horacio Henry, and
DamiAn Mufi6z, also of the Balboa
(Continued on p. 4)


LSD Movie

To Be Seen
The film on "Drug Abuse-LSD"
that is being shown in Canal Zone
theaters will be featured at the Cu-
rundu Theater on Monday, June 10,
at 7 p.m.
Dr. Victor L. Slater, chief of
neuropsychiatry at Gorgas Hospital,
and Dr. R. L. Miller of the Corozal
Hospital staff will be on the panel
for a question and answer discussion
following the film.
The film is free and everyone is
invited to attend.









THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


June 7, 1968


N w Student Employees Are Reminded


New Student Employees Are Reminded


Assistants Of Conduct Regulations


Col. James A. Betts, left, Director of the Panama Canal's Engineering and
Construction Bureau, presents an Outstanding Performance certificate
accompanied by a $200 check to Ernest W. Zelnick, Designing Engineer.
The award was in official recognition and commendation for an outstanding
record of performance achieved during the official rating period April 1,
1967 through March 31 of this year.



At The Movies
A M *
8 17B


Week Beginning Saturday,
June 8, 1968

BALBOA (Air Conditioned)
Sat.-Sun., 2:15, 5:10, 8:05 p.m.-Mon.,
7:30 p.m.-The Good. The Bad, And
The Ugly (ADULT)
Toes., 7:30 p.m.-Beach Red (A-well-
dlone, Y and C-no)
Wed., 7:30 p.m.-Inn Of The Sixth
Happiness (AYC)
Thuris., 7:30 p.m.-The Frozen Dead (AY)
Fri., 6:15, 7:50 p.m.-C'mon Let's Live
A Little (AY)
DIABLO HEIGHTS
Sat.-A Man Called Dagger (ADULT)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-97
mins.)-Captain Lightfoot (AYC)
Sun.-Mon.-Billion Dollar Brain
(AY-entertaining, C-no)
Tues.-The Breaking Point (ADULT)
Wed.-Waco (AY)
Thurs.-Stop Train 349!) (AY)
Fri.-Zebra In The Kitchen (AYC)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-The Fly
(AY)

GAMBOA'
Sat., 8:15 p.m.-The Texican (AYC)
Sun.-The Viscount (ADULT)
Tues.-Stop Train 349 (AY)
Wed.-Billion Dollar Brain
(AY-entertaining, C-no)
Fri.-Waco (AY)

COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)*
Sat., 7:00 p.m.-Sun., 2:00, 7:00 p.ni.-
The War Wagon (AY-very good,
C-mature)
Mon.-Tues.-The Long Duel (AY)
Wed.-The Flim Flam Man (AY)
Thurs.- Marriage On The Rocks
(ADULT)
iFri.-Roman Holiday(AYC)

MARGARITA
Sat., (6:30 p.m.-Deadly Affair (ADULT)
Sat., 9:00 p.m.-Rosie (ADULT)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-85
mins.)-Ablott And Costello In The
Foreign Legion (AYC)
Sron.-Mon.-Cosa Nostra (AY)
Tues.-The Young At lHeart (AYC)
Wed.-Alvarez Kelly (ADULT)
Thurs.-Cry Of Battle (ADULT)
Fri.-The Texican (AYC)
Friday Owl Show, 10:00 p.m.-Young
Fury (AY)

GATUN
Sat.-Cheyenne Autumn IAYC)
Sunday Matinee, 2:00 p.m. (T-98
mins.)-Town Tamer (AY)
Sun.-Bonnie And Clyde (ADULT)
Tuies.-Cry Of Battle (ADULT)
Thurs.-A Man Called Dagger (ADULT)
Fri.-The Young At leart (AYC)



S I
Special Matinees
-All Films AYC or as Listed *** -

Saturday, June 8, 1968

BALBOA
10:00 a.m.
Journey To The Center Of The Earth-
Pat Boone, James Mason: A pictures
that's out of this world . romance
in the lost city of Atlantis. (R.) (Color.)
T-138 rins.

DIABLO HEIGHTS
2:00 p.m.
23 Paces To Baker Street-Van Johnson.
Vera Miles: A detective mystery case of
a blind playwright who overhears a kid-
napping plot in a London publ and
becomes involved in a hunt for a
notorious London gaung. (R.) (SIT.)
IColor.) AY. T-10 I mins.

CAMBOA
6:15 p.m.
Prince Valiant-James Masoni. Janet Leigh.,


Rohbert Wagner: Excitingly recreated
Iromn the world-famous serial for the
screen. (R.) (Technicolor.) T-106o mins.

COCO SOLO (Air Conditioned)
2:00 p.m.
McHale's Navy Joins The Air Force-Joe
Flynn, Tim Conway: McHale's crew is
in action again in this skv-high-larious
comedy on a South Pacific Island. (R.)
(Color.) T-98 mins.

MARGARITA
2:00 p.m.
Black Invaders-The swashbuckling tale of
pirates who won love and tablous
treasures with the sweep of ta blazing
sword. (SIT.) (1.) (Color.) T-105 mins.

GATUN
2:00 p.m.
Boom For One More-Cary Grant, Betsy
Drake: Story about a happily married
couple'ss experiences in raising a family.
(SIT.) (it.) T- 101 mins.

OAll night shows begin at 7:00 p.m.
except as shown. Program subject to
change without notice.
FILM SUITABILITY GUIDE-A, adults;
Y, young people 12 to 16; C, children
8 to 12.
T-Indicates Total Running Time.
R-Indicates Repeat.
SIT-Indicates Spanish Titles.


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Peter L. Denton


Peter Denton

Receives A.B.

Peter L. Denton, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred L. Denton of El Cangrejo,
Panama City, was graduated last
week with a bachelor of arts in
Business Administration at Taylor
University in Upland, Ind.
He attended schools in Cali, Co-
lombia; Mexico City, Mexico; Zell-
wood, Fla.; San Antonio, Tcx.; and
was graduated from Balboa High
School and Canal Zone College.
He is on the Isthmus for a brief
vacation before continuing with the
summer session of the graduate
school of Ball State University, Mun-
cie, Ind., where he will study for a
Master of Business Administration.


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SUNDAY, JUNE 9
I-SCN Afternoon News
-The Christophers
--The Answer
)-Discovery
5-Sunday Ptlayhouse:
"The Diary of Anne Frank"
i-Crossroads
-Pro Bowlers Tour
5-Ted Mack Amateur Ilour
-Chronicle
)-College Bowl
-Kraft Music Hall
-SCN News
-The Ed Sullivan Show
)-Canadian Travel Film
-Justice for All (Special)
5-Biography
-Focus on Today
-This Is The Lite
-The Sacred Heart

MONDAY, JUNE 10
-Afternoon
-"My Little Margie"
-SCN Afternoon News
-Afternoon (Cont.)
"Dr. Renault's Secret"
-The Big Picture
--Dateline
-Roy Acuff's Open louse
-SCN News In Spanish
--The Danny Thomas Show
-IlHappening '68
--SCN News
-Operation Entertainment
-Canal Zone Calendar
--Arnichair Theater:
"Mlurder Without Crime"
-"Vietnam Assignment"
Focus on Today
-"Cavalcade of America"
TUESDAY, JUNE 11
-Afternoon
-"Buccaneers"
-SCN Afternoon News
-Afternoon (Cont.)
"Dr. Renault's Secret"
Land of the Free
-Dateline
-"Eye of the Dragon
(Navy film)
-SCN News In Spanish
-lighlights From Ringling Bros.


10 uet r our

An orientation tour-lecture for the
233 U.S. student assistants temporar-
ily employed in the Canal organiza-
tion May 27 through September 7
has been scheduled for Monday,
June 10.
The tour will start aboard the
Panama Canal launch Las Cruces,
June 10 at 8 a.m. at Gamboa, where
student assistants will meet from the
Pacific and the Atlantic sides of
the Isthmus. After a partial transit
through Gaillard Cut to Pedro
Miguel, the student assistants will
board buses for a tour of Miraflores
Locks, followed by a lecture orienta-
tion at the Balboa High School Audi-
torium. The Panama Canal Personnel
Director will welcome the students
and they will be introduced to Canal
Zone Gov. W. P. Leber and the
Canal organization's Bureau Direc-
tors. A Panama Canal slide presenta-
tion by the Canal's Information Office
will follow.
At the close of the program the
Balboa area students will be dis-
missed for lunch and return to work
in the afternoon. Students working
in outlying areas including the
Atlantic side, Gamboa, Pedro Miguel,
etc., will take the 11:54 a.m. train
from the Balboa Railroad Station and
will be provided with box lunches
before the train's departure.


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Barnum & Bailey Circus
(Special)
SCN News
The Hollywood Palace
Canal Zone Calendar
Fire Prevention and the Ilome
(Special)
Armchair Theater:
"Jazz Ball"
Focus on Today
Files of Jeflrey Jones


WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12
4:00-Afternoon
4:15--"Discovery"
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
"Dr. Renault's Secret"
5:30-A Quest for Certainty
6:00-Dateline
6:30-Report.
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-The Red Skelton Iour
8:00-SCN News
8:05-SCN Special of the Week:
"Bob Hope Show"
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-The Mike Douglas Show
10:10-Armed Forces Digest
1O':25-Focus on Today
10:15-Dennis Day
THURSDAY, JUNE 13
4:00-Afternoon
4:15-"Dennis Day" (Repeat)
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
"Dr. Renault's Secret"
5:30-Report
6:00-Dateline
6:30-Bob Cummings Show
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Bonanza
8:00-SCN News
8:05-The Joey Bishop Show
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9:05-Armchair Theater:
"Dr. Renault's Secret"
10:00 -"Man Who Makes
A Difference"
10:30-Focus on Today
10:50-"Coronado 9"

FRIDAY, JUNE 14
-: 00-Afternoon
4:15-"Coronado )9"
5:00-SCN Afternoon News
5:05-Afternoon (Cont.)
"Dr. Renault's Secret"
5:30-Flying Fisherman
6:00-Dateline
6:30-I'assword
6:55-SCN News In Spanish
7:05-Jonathan Winters Show
8:00-SCN News
8:05-Daniel Boone
9:00-Canal Zone Calendar
9.05 -A:nlhair Th'ater:
"That IHamilton Woman"
11:05-Focus on Today
I1 :25-"My Little large"
SATURDAY, JUNE 15
1: 00-SCN Afternoon News
1:05 Captain Kangaroo
2:00()Parade of Sports
1. 15- Wrestling From Ihollywood
5:10-Amnrican Sporttman
6:25-Movie Marquee VWeekend '68
6:30-Saturday Playhouse:
"From the Terrace"
9:00 anal iZone Cahlendar
9:05 Four-Star Anthology
9:35-1Iollywood Talent Scouts
(l'mnii r c)ir,
10:30-Focus on Today
10.50-Youth Varieties (Live
LSO( Show)
11 15:1 -Late Movie:
"Train to Tombstone"


Employees of the U.S. Govern-
ment are required to maintain cer-
tain standards of conduct prescribed
by Executive Order 11222 issued
May 8, 1965. Regulations governing
the conduct of employees of the
Canal Zone Government-Panama
Canal Company were issued pur-
suant to Executive Order 11222 on
March 31, 1966. These regulations
were entitled, "Employee Responsi-
bilities and Conduct" and were dis-
tributed to all employees in booklet
form. The regulations require that
employees be reminded of these
regulations every year.
The regulations prescribe standards
of employee conduct and responsi-
bility and require that certain em-
ployees submit statements concerning
employment and financial interest.
The regulations also set forth actions
which are prohibited for employees
of the Government-Company. These
restrictions prohibit an employee
from any action which might result
or appear to result in using public
office for private gain; giving any
person preferential treatment; in]-


It is impossible to pour the wisdom
of the old into the energy of the
young. But we must keep trying.
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The greatest value of life depends
on what is left after death.


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SPILLWAY
The PANAIMA CANAL SPILLWAY is an
official publication of the Panama
Canal, Balboa Heights, C.Z. News
articles and pictures contained in it are
made available to all interested news
media for whatever use they may wish
to make of them and may he reprinted
without official clearance.
W. P. LEBEIt
Governor of the Canal Zone
H. R. PARFITT
Lieutenant Governor
FRANK A. BALDWIN
Information Officer
Material intended for publication in
the SPILLWAY should be delivered to
the Panama Canal Press Office or
mailed to PANAMA CANAL SPILLrWAY,
Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.
Distributed free to all Panama Canal
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(including mailing) S2.60 a year. Make
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pany and address to: SPILLW'AY Sub-
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peding Government efficiency or
economy; losing complete indepen-
dence or impartiality: making a Cov-
ernment decision outside official
channels; or adversely affecting the
confidence of the public in the
Government.
The regulations cover such sub-
jects as gifts, entertainment and
favors; outside employment and other
activity; financial interests; use of
Government property; misuse of
information; indebtedness; gambling,
betting, and lotteries; general con-
duct :. i.. ,.... i to the Covernment;
publication of articles and public
statements; and participation in Pan-
amanian political activities. Also
listed in the regulations are mis-
cellaneous statutory provisions which
govern the conduct of Covernment
employees.
These regulations require some
management officials to submit state-
cents of employment and financial
interests to ensure that employees
:lo not become involved in a conflict
:of interest situation. During the past
year, minor changes in the regula-
tions were made. One of the changes
Seduced the number of employees
required to submit statements of em-
ploynent and financial irlterest. The
regulations were also changed to
limit the filing requirement to once
a year, whereas in the past, em-
ployees were required to submit
iuch statements as many as four
times a year. There are now only 44
employees in the C(overnment-Com-
pany organization required to sub-
miit such statements. Each employee
required to submit such a statement
receives appropriate forms and spe-
cific instructions on how to meet the
filing requirements from the Per-
sonnel Director.
Another rIecet clhangec in the reg-
ulations amended the provision re-
garding the giving of gifts. Tllis
provision Ihas now been relaxed to
permit the giving of gifts of a
nominal value for such occasions as
Imiarriage, illness, or retirement. The
new provision reads as follows:
"An employee shall not solicit a
(iontributionn Irol another employee
for a gift to an official superior, make
a donation as a gift to an official
superior, or accept a gift from al en1-
ployee receiving less pay than hlim-
self. However, this paragraph does
not prohibit a voluntary gift of nom-
inal amount made on a special
occassion such as marriage, illness, or
retirement."
Any employee who may wish to
obtain a copy of the regulations gov-
ernilng "Empployee Responsibilities
andr Conduct" may do sor by calling
the Personnel Bureau, telephone
2-1320 or 2-1525.



John R. Wise

Graduated From

Texas A &M

John R. Wise, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Nelson E. Wise, formerly of La
Boca, C.Z., was graduated from
Texas A & M University May 25
with a bachelor of science in Civil
Engineering.
While at Texas A & M he twice
was named a distinguished student
on the Dean's list. IHe was a member
of the American Society of Civil En-
gineers (ASCE), American Society
of Military Engineers (ASME), and
the Corps of Cadets.
On the afternoon of his graduation
day, he was commissioned a second
lieutenant in tlie U.S' Army Corps
of 'Engineers.
After a short vacation il hEurope,
Lieutenant Wise will report for sun-
mer work in New Orleans.
In Septellber, lie will enroll at
tile University of Texas to work
for a master's degree in Civil
Engineering.


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June 7, 1968


Memorial Day Address


Honors Fallen Heroes


Cordon M. Frick, deputy per-
sonnel director (operations) of the
Personnel Bureau, was keynote
speaker at the Pacific side Memorial
Day ceremony May 30, held in Fort
Clayton Auditorium due to inclement
weather.
Frick began his eulogy of fallen
American veterans with an excerpt
from John Donne's poem on man's
involvement with the death of others,
and showed how it is still pertinent
today.
"Those we honor today were in-
volved in mankind," Frick said.
"They were committed to its preser-
vation, to its freedom, its dignity . .
They knew that when freedom dies
in one place, it is diminished through-
out the world. That when there is a
trampling on human dignity in one
spot, human dignity suffers every-
where. They saw it happen in Poland,
Latvia, and in Nazi Germany. They
saw the results in Russia, North
Korea, and Cuba. They have seen it
in Vietnam."
Frick made special mention of
youth in his speech, since war is
essentially a young man's business.
"As the soldier is young," he said,
"so he fights for the young. He fights
for their future . that their lives
may be better than his." He gives
the ultimate sacrifice-his life-Frick
added.
But honor can be a shallow cup
for the dead, Frick warned, if
Memorial Day is no more than nicely
turned phrases and strewing flowers
on graves of fallen countrymen. "If
we forget their involvement in man-
kind, if we refuse to take up their


Yale Glee Club

Will Perform

In Panama City
The Yale Glee Club, on its second
tour of Latin America, will make its
first appearance in Panama on June 22
when a concert will be given at
Javier College, Panama City.
The Panama visit of the Yale Glee
Club is sponsored by the Yale Club
of Panama and the Panamanian-North
American Association.
Sixty persons are in the group and
the program covers a wide range
from sacred songs to folk music,
songs of North America and Spain,
and college songs.
The concert at Javier College
Saturday night, at 8 p.m., will be for
the benefit of DAD, the blood bank
at Santo Tommis Hospital, Panama
City. Reserved seats will be $2.50
and $1.50 and the general admission
will be 50 cents.
The Yale Glee Club has toured
Asia, Africa, Europe, and the USSR.
The visiting group will arrive in
Panama Friday evening, June 21.
On Saturday morning the students
and their host families will meet at
the Canal Zone Civil Affairs build-
ing where they will board buses for
a Panama Canal briefing, tour of the
Canal locks and then a partial Canal
transit on the launch Las Cruces.
Immediately following Saturday
night's concert, an informal recep-
tion will be given at the U.S.
Embassy residence.
The Yale Glee Club will depart
Panama for Medellin, Colombia, on
Sunday.

Last Week's Visitors
Miraflores Locks ___ 1,272
Gatun Locks _____ 620
Summit Gardens ___- 115
Civil Affairs Museumn. 170
Las Cruces,
partial transits, 4 .. 260


Grand total


2,437


commitment to the future, they will
have died in vain. Memorial Day is
a day when we show our awareness
that we did not build our nation alone
-that we honor those who committed
themselves on the battlefield . "
in their reach for the American
Dream. Frick added that our com-
mitment must be to emulate their
sacrifice and never abandon the
dream, whether we are soldiers or
civilians.
Dignitaries present at the cere-
mony included Canal Zone Gov.
W. P. Leber; U.S. Ambassador
Charles W. Adair, Jr.; Cen. Robert
W. Porter, Jr., Commander in Chief,
U.S. Southern Command; Maj. Cen.
R. J. Clizbe, Commander, U.S. Air
Forces Southern Command; H. E.
Alfredo Aleman, Jr., Minister of Fi-
nance, Republic of Panama; Lt. Col.
(Staff) Angel R. Arauz C., Comp-
troller, National Guard, Republic of
Panama; and Maj. Jose Antonio
Ardila, Third Commandant, Republic
of Panama Fire Department.


THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


-

Jos6 M6ndez, joiner in the Panama Canal's Maintenance Division, puts the
finishing touches on a frame, readying a copy of a priceless masterpiece for
hanging in a corridor at Canal Zone College.


Larry Duisberg, left, and Victoria Rodriguez, members of the Canal Zone
College Historical Art Committee, found it easy to select art copies of
masterpieces from catalogs brought out from the Supply Division's files by
E. G. Bissett, right, merchandise manager, housewares.




Zone Blood Banks


Serve Many Needs


The banking of blood was begun
on the Isthmus of Panama at Gorgas
Hospital in 1954 and the next year
the blood bank on the Atlantic side
of the Isthmus was opened at Coco
Solo Hospital.
Since then, these two units have
between them collected approximate-
ly 27,000 units of blood of which
21,000 units have been used either
as whole blood or packed red cells.
Whenever needed, blood from one
bank has been furnished to the other
in order to assure complete avail-
ability of all blood types in each
bank at all times.
Because there is always a need
for converting a certain number of
units of blood to its various deriva-
tives, this was done by the Blood
Bank at Corgas Hospital. Some
of these derivatives include fresh
plasma, aged plasma, and washed
red blood cells. Where blood was
not used either for transfusion pur-
poses or as packed red blood cells
or as derivatives of blood, it became
outdated. This outdated blood is used
in the laboratory for making media
in bacteriology.
More than 99 percent of the blood
donated and its derivatives have been
employed in the Canal Zone at Gor-
gas and Coco Solo Hospitals. When-
ever necessary, units of blood and
some blood derivatives have been


sent on air evacuation flights to
various South and Central American
countries as well as by helicopter to
ships at sea.
Although the Republic of Panama
has its own blood banking facilities,
they occasionally run short of a par-
ticular type. When this occurs, and
upon request of an authorized
physician, blood from Canal Zone
banks is provided.


Spillway


Deadlines
Material intended for publica-
tion in THE SPILLWAY should be
received in the Panama Canal
Press Office not later than Mon-
day afternoon of the week of
publication. Only urgent material
can be received and processed
for use the same week as late
as noon Tuesday. Mail material
to PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY,
Box M, Balboa Heights, C.Z.

Summer school: The pause that
depresses.

By the time you're mature enough
to watch your step, you're too old
to step.


Famous Art

Adorns CZC

Corridors

Attractively framed copies of
priceless masterpieces are now on
display in the corridors of Canal Zone
College, where an art gallery of edu-
cational and artistic value is being
collected through the efforts of the
Historical Art Committee of the
College.
Copies of Raphael, Rembrandt,
Gainsborough, Turner, Brueghel, El
Greco, Vermeer, Whistler, Homer,
Wood, Cezanne, Gauguin, and Ma-
tisse are among the famous art works
already hanging in the college
corridors.
Some of the selections of art copies
and frames have been chosen, with
the cooperation of E. G. Bissett, mer-
chandise manager, housewares, of the
Panama Canal's Supply and Com-
munity Service Bureau, from catalogs
in the Supply Division's files. Other
copies of masterpieces have come
from the Metropolitan Museum of
Art in New York City and from the
National Gallery of Washington, D.C.
The frames are fitted, when neces-
sary, and painted in the Panama
Canal's Maintenance Division. Colors
are chosen to harmonize with the
paintings.
(More photos in Spanish section.)


C.Z. College

Registration

Ends June 19
Registration for the Canal Zone
College summer session will continue
through June 14 and classes will
begin Monday, June 17. The last day
for late registration will be June 19.
Midsemester examinations are
scheduled for July 11 and 12, and
final examinations will be held
August 9 and 10.
Classes during the summer session
will meet 4 days per week, Mondays
through Thursdays.
A broad selection of courses rep-
resenting each department of Canal
Zone College has been scheduled for
the summer session, according to
Dr. Glen E. Murphy, summer session
director. Copies of the class schedule
may be obtained at the college
administrative office, Room 209, or
through the mail by calling the
administrative office, Balboa 2380,
2-2676, or 2-4590.


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SRETI
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L----- ---- ---- -l
Hewwo, fwiends ...
We've been twying to get wid of
a whole cwate of Saltine cwackers
that someone gave us a while back,
so fowgive our pwonunciation . .
A reader wrote us to ask if Jack
Morton and Bruce Sanders will ever
quit talking about their trip to New
Orleans . Out at the Water Purifi-
cation Plant, Tooke's Tap-Water
Testers include Harry Foster, Frank
Ycaza, Vie Bricefio, Jaime Medina,
George Aranjo, and Doug Schmidt
(on Drums???) . Vie Herr zipping
around town in his pocket-size con-
vertible . Have you seen the stu-
dent assistants at the Building, such
as Darlene Woodruff, Michele Corc6,
and Ralph Burda (Ooops! How'd he
get in there??) . .
Bill Keepers herding his Scout
troop around Camboa . Did you
know that Jorge Brown and Alfonso
Smith are known to their pals as
"Mancha" and "Gato"?? . .Everett
Caton keeping those MTD vehicles
running smoothly . Dolores Moses
was named Honor Employee of the
Year in the Supply Division . Vie
Melant and Don Coffey usually bag
a deer or two on a weekend hunting
trip (Tastes good, too, if you don't
mind buckhot in dure mout) . .
Stevie Bissell, son . of Steve and
Dana Bissell of the Accounting Divi-
sion, has had some free-lance photos
published in "SURFER" magazine
(Very good, too!)'. . Memo to L. A.
Ferguson: The easiest and most
profitable way to get rid of those
Red Tag Specials at the Commy is
to put up a sign saying: "SORRY!
Only One To A Customer!" (Ileh!
Heh! Heh!) ..
THIS OUGHT TO DO IT: When
driving, be on the lookout for a ball
bouncing into the street. There's
usually a kid behind it!
Frank Maclntyre put on a nice
show for Memorial Day on the
Atlantic side . Have you seen the
sign at the Balboa Road intersection
that's under repair that reads: "No
Lext Turn"?? (We have!) . The
Girl Scouts have had a Day Camp
going on this week at Kobbe Beach,
and they need adult volunteers to
help in their summer program. If
you're interested (and even if you're
not, just as long as you're willing)
call Trudy Owens at 2-1350 for in-
formation . Saddest letter we
received this week was: "Dear It's
No Secret-I am really blue these
days, because I sure miss Grandpa
McCorn!-signed, Sam Blue, Age
28%" (You don't have to believe it).
SOGGY DOUGHNUT AWARD:
To Faye Minton for her inspiring and
timely advice to the girls in the E&C
Director's Office!! (You didn't know
we knew, did you-but, it's no secret
now.)
Gale O'Connell shooting par golf
at Summit despite the rain . You
should have seen the corned beef
sandwich Elmer Orr had at lunch
the other day-it looked like a three-
tier wedding cake! . And then
there was Bill Kessler keeping tabs
on the boys with his portable radio
. . and Dot Yost making sure the
lunch crowd keeps moving at the
Cafeteria . .Winnie Brome is back
at the Gamboa Post Office from
Miami ..
Well, that does it for this time
since all the crackers are gone and
so are our items. But keep those con-
tributions coming. If you have any
interesting anecdote, comment or just
want to put your two-bits worth in,
jot it down and send it to "It's No
Secret," Box M, Balboa Heights,
C.Z. See Ya ..








THE PANAMA CANAL SPILLWAY


June 7, 1968


U.S. Students

To Register

For Athletics

Parents of all U.S. school students
are urged to register their children
at the gym and pool in their commu-
nity. Each pool and gymnasium will
offer slightly different activities but
all gymnasiums will be open daily
during the week and pools 7 days
a week.
All units will hold registration on
June 17 and 18 and activities will
start on Wednesday, June 19.
Gymnasiums included in this pro-
gram along with telephone numbers
are:


Ancon Playshelter---
Balboa High School
Gymnasiums .--
Diablo Elementary
Gymnasium__ --
Los Rios Elementary
Playshelter..----
Gamboa Gymnasium
Gatun Gymnasium__
Margarita Gymnasium
Cristobal High School
Gymnasium-


2-1459

2-1704

2-2997

2-2593
6-425
5-133
3-2927

36-244


Swimming Pools included in the
program with telephone numbers:


Coco Solo Pool.
Margarita Pool.
Gatun Pool __
Gamboa Pool
Los Rios Pool _
Balboa Pool__-
Curundu Pool


36-780
3-2129
5-133
6-425
2-3417
2-1493
273-4201


The entire program will operate
through August 10. Before June 17,
all units are open daily for free super-
vised play and recreational swimming.



New Physicians

(Continued from p. 1)
The other interns and the schools
from which they received their med-
ical degrees are: Dr. Carl R. Birchard,
University of Illinois; Dr. John Mark
Bruckner, University of Colorado
Medical School; Dr. Robert C.
Donaldson, University of Illinois Col-
lege of Medicine; Dr. Percy E.
Dunagin, University of California;
Dr. William J. Eichner, University
of Nebraska; and Dr. John Har-
sany, Jr., University of Alabama.
Dr. Peter C. Kamperschroer,
Stritch School of Medicine, Loyola
University; Dr. John W. Karrer, Uni-
versity of Nebraska; Dr. Wojceich
A. Krotoski, University of California
at Los Angeles; Dr. Marion Condy
Pugh, Southwestern Medical School
in Dallas, Tex.; Dr. Harold M.
Rehbein, Wisconsin University Med-
ical School; Dr. Michael R. Spence,
University of New Mexico School of
Medicine; Dr. Robert G. Hartman,
University of Wisconsin; and Dr.
John David Lipson, University of
Michigan Medical School.
Most of the new interns are sched-
uled to arrive in the Canal Zone
June 27 from New Orleans aboard
the SS Cristobal.


S&CS Safety


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"War on Germand" is the subject of a visual aid painted by Henry A.
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IkPAMHISH

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"War on Germland" is the subject of a visual aid painted by Henry A.
Gaskinl, right, sign painter for the Supply Division, for use in training of
Panama Canal food handlers. The illustration shows the mightiest weapons
used in this war on germs which cause food borne illnesses.


BLOOD BANK

HONOR ROLL

GORGAS HOSPITAL
SUPPLY AND COMMUNITY
SERVICE BUREAU
Arthur L. Betty
Elwood Bissett
Edna Bovell
Bestre Burke
Valerio Cardoze
Ernesto Cedefio
John P. Corrigan III
Lorenzo G. Dreckett
Alfred Houston
Clifford Jemmott
Johnie Alfredo Junior
Florencio Martinez
Fernando A. Ponce
William F. Robinson
ENGINEERING AND
CONSTRUCTION BUREAU
Roy R. Burgener
Jorge Domingo Calama
Hector L. Campbell
Jos6 A. Campos
Weldon C. Dobson
Clois C. Duffle
Simeon A. Findlay
Ren6 Ibarra C.
A. J. Kucikas
John D. Mitchusson
Leslie J. Samuells
Bettye A. Shaffer
Agustin Tejada
MARINE BUREAU
John H. Caldwell
William T. Craig
James A. Cruz
Eugene A. Davis
Capt. Donald A. Dertien, USN
Julio Esquivel
Vernon M. Findlater
James V. Foster
Russell M. Lawrence
Fernando Ostrea
Andr6s Perez P.
Pablo E. Salas
Joseph A. Semper
HEALTH BUREAU
Emanuel Blaisdell
Elizabeth I. Brown
Dorothy E. Hannigan
Alvin Kenton
Dorothy G. de Quirds
Selvin Rowe
Cecil A. Springer
Lloyd M. Tait
Winston N. Vaughn
Adolphus Uriah Welch
Margarito Wilson
CIVIL AFFAIRS BUREAU
Seymour I. Barkowitz
Alfredo T. Brooks
Joseph F. Dolan
George A. Gerchow
Roger D. Michel
Justo V6lez Mufioz
Jimmy R. Ransom
Karl W. Shirley
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
Herschell W. Dempsey, Jr.
William F. O'Sullivan
OFFICE OF THE
COMPTROLLER
Walter M. Sequeira
INTERNAL SECURITY OFFICE
Ernest W. Oliver
TRANSPORTATION AND
TERMINALS BUREAU
Felipe Gonzilez
OTHERS
Rail Sinchez
Thelma de Tomlinson
Norman Edgar Wynter


Amador Rams

Defend Crown

Saturday Night
The Amador American Legion
Rams are preparing to defend their
crown against a powerpacked list of
challengers in this year's Firestone
Little League Football Jamboree
scheduled for June 8 at 7 p.m. at the
Balboa Stadium.
Team manager Jerry Dare and
coaches Art Sherry and Les Croft
report they still have weak spots in
their overall attack, but they expect
to have these worked out by opening
night.
The Rams will operate from a
multiple offense again this season,
relying on single wing power and
split T deception to outscore their
way to a second Jamboree win.


Suggestion Awards
(Continued from p. 1)
heated nickel-plating bath for silver-
planting jobs. Tulle received a $50
check.
Other winners were: Irl R.
Sanders, Jr., Terminals Division, $35;
Ray D. Wilson, Engineering Divi-
sion, $25; and Enrique Magin Ruiz,
Administrative Services, $25.
The following received $15 award
checks: Chris E. Haywood, Per-
sonnel; Jolie A. Seeley, Office of the
Comptroller; James A. Maguire,
Schools; Robert C. Daniel, Railroad;
cosuggesters Jos6 E. Corc6 and Chi-
quita C. Cassibry, both of the Office
of the Comptroller; Anthony J.
Arceneaux, SS Cristobal; cosug-
gesters Yolanda Diaz and Jennie Sue
Brenner, both of Coco Solo Hospital.


(Continued from p. 1)

Retail Store, 1 year each, and to
Matthew Scott of the Division of
Storehouses, 3 years, G. DaCosta
received the cards for the drivers who
were unable to be present.
Supervisor certificates in the Sup-
ply Division were presented to:
W. W. Spencer. Patna L. Brown,


dividually and collectively, in achiev-
ing the bureau's safety record.
J. R. Maravilla, safety officer of
the Supply and Community Service
Bureau, conducted the awards
ceremony and brief talks were given
by WV. H. Smith, Chief of the
Panama Canal's Safety Branch, and
Lieutenant Governor Parfitt.


C. J. Auble, C. J. O'Sullivan, W. F.
Robinson, R. G. Richardson, W. R. Civic Council
Dixon, Louis Schmidt, Frank L. (Continued from p. 1)
Ostrander, C. C. Rowe, W. L. Benny, shown in te Canal Zone com ni-
J. J. Pustis, D. R. Bradshaw, Dorothy n SN,
ties and will be shown on SCN,
Yost, C. Roberts, R. Bayard, Josephf wed question and answ
DeMidio, J. B. Burgoon, Frank E. followed by a question and answer
DeMidio, J. B. Burgoon, Frank F.
De o, J. B. n, Frn E. i period in which Balboa High School
Day, Ruben Padmore, James Griffith, period in which Balboa High School
. R. Small, Seabert Haynes, L. R. students will query a panel of doctors
J. R. Small, Seabert Haynes, L. R.
.on the subject of LSD and use of
Sparks, P. W. McBarnett, W. B.
McQueen, and Francisco Brito.
Mrs. Ashby commented on the
Samuel Dubin of the Division of .. o T
SamuelDub of te vision o additional problem at the Drive Inn
Storehouses received a Supervisor where teenagers congregate.
certificate and recipients of this cer- governor Leber stated that the
tificate in the Community Services r Lbr s 4ha the
tificate in the Community Services project of air conditioning the Balboa
Division were: Hilton Goodridge, Retail food store and second floor is
Guy V. Bruton, Stanley A. Griffith, underway. "Air conditioning," he
Edgar McGill, John Francis, Cleve- said, "will ensure more comfortable
land Johnson, Stanley M. Hawkins, shopping and will cut down on
Jose Aguilar, Bestre Burke, Stephen deterioration and losses."
McBean, Frederick D. Stewart, Fitz Asked about possible electrical
M. Barton, Chrysostom Trapp, Con- power shortage in the future, Gov-
cepci6n Barrios, Daniel Byfield, ernor Leber said the electrical power
Junios Jordan, Samuel Boyce, Lionel load is growing rapidly and Congress
McClean, Cornelius Brooks, Egbert has not approved any project for
M. Best, Albert E. Watson, Norman additional generating capacity just
A. Blades, Samuel Alexander, Charles nw. A possible solution may come
C. Myers, and Dudley Jones. through being able to tie in with
Unit Safety certificates in the Sup- the Las Minas plant, which is now
ply Division were received for their under construction.
respective units by Jos6 Diaz, Linton Robert MacFarland, second vice
Roberts, Alfred C. Drakes, Leonard president and treasurer, Cristobal-
I. Sealey, G. DaCosta, C. Scantle- Margarita Brazos Heights Civic
bury, Robert Phillips, P. W. Me- Council, suggested evaluation of the
Barnett, William Cawl, Oscar Butler, Canal Zone law or code on the
Lorenz Newton, W. Mitchell, Maude subject of U-turns.
Jemet, C. Hall, Gary Shirley, Roberto Mrs. Katherine Meissner, represen-
Murdock, Goshin Harris, G. Hinds, tative of the Los Rios-Corozal, Paci-
J. M. Miller, Florence Barton, Ruby fic Civic Council, advocated installa-'
Anderson, Hortense Thomas, andtion of large community craft or
Randolph Meyers. hobby shops. The Canal Zone sum-
Jerome Phillips of the Division of mer recreation programs are fine for
Storehouses received a Unit Safety the communities' youngsters, she said,
certificate, and recipients of these but there's not much for the older
certificates for their respective units group.
in the Community Services Divi- Governor Leber agreed that there
sion were: Frederick Thompson, is a problem in keeping the out of
Gersham Springer, Pedro Chanis, school youths occupied, and Robert
Zaporra Anderson, Gerald Oakley, MacFarland mentioned the fine
Chester Harding, Audrey Brown, hobby shops on military posts.


Julio Marroquin, Nathaniel Failey,
Euclides Castillo, Florencio Jadn,
Timoteo Vega, Aquilino de la Cruz,
Jos6 D. Castillo, Demetrio Avendafio,
Te6filo Alveo, Francisco Villarreal,
Bienvenido Abadia, and Rogelio de
Le6n.
L. A. Ferguson, Supply and Com-
munity Service Director, congratu-
lated all the recipients of the safety
awards and expressed his apprecia-
tion to each man and woman in the
bureau for having contributed, in-


Lt. Gordon Boswell


Honored by

Second Lt. Gordon F. Boswell,
son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Boswell
of Diablo Heights, who is with the
321st Strategic Missile Squadron,
has been named an outstanding grad-
uate from the Minuteman 1 Opera-
tional Readiness Training (ORT)
class number M-1-136.
He received a letter from Maj. Gen.
W. B. Martensen, 1st Strategic Aero-
space Division, Vandenburg AFB,
Calif., noting his selection as an
"Outstanding Student." Included
with the letter was a certificate of
excellence.
In his letter to Col. Robert J. Hill,
i 90th Strategic Missile Wing com-
mander, General Martensen noted
that Lieutenant Boswell scored 100
percent on all Emergency War Order
tests administered during the 1st SAD
course and his overall rating was
outstanding throughout this period of
training. He also received a ratinii


Military

of "highly qualified" on the end-of-
course trainer evaluation and had a
score of 4.6 out of a possible 5.0
maximum. The letter was endorsed
with congratulatory comments by the
officer's local commanders.
Lieutenant Boswell attended the
elementary schools and high school
in the Canal Zone and attended Canal
Zone College 2 years. His father is a
Locks Division employee and has
been a Canal Zone resident since
September 1942.
Lieutenant Boswell holds a bach-
elor of education degree from the
University of Miami; and is a grad-
uate of the Office Training School
at Lackland AFB, Tex.
He is married to the former Helen
George of Gatun.
Lieutenant Boswell, deputy com-
bat crew commander on Crew
R-140, is stationed at Warren AFB,
Cheyenne, \Wyo.


Ballet School

Now Accepting

Registrations

The Fort Clayton School of Ballet
is now accepting registrations for its
summer term which begins on
Monday, June 10.
Classes in Beginning Ballet will be
held every Monday afternoon at 5:30
p.m. On Wednesdays, Intermediate I
classes are held at 5:30 p.m. Pointe
classes are also given on Wednesdays
at 6:30 p.m. and special adagio train-
ing at 7 p.m. The Pre-Ballet group
for children under 7 years of age
will meet on Saturday mornings at
11 a.m. Intermediate II classes are
also on Saturday, beginning at 12
noon.
Dancers who are accepted into the
Intermediate groups will automatic-
ally be eligible for inclusion in the
school's ballet company. Talented
beginners will also have an opportu-
nity to be assigned small roles in new
productions. The ballet company is
mounting two large productions
during the forthcoming summer
months, "The Girls of Baden" and
"The Comedians," plus several
smaller dances.
The Fort Clayton School of Ballet
is located in the Youth Center (Teen
Club), Building No. 39, Fort Clayton,
and is open for registration at the
times listed above. For further in-
fonnation call Fort (layton 5286.
All classes are directed by Fay de
FergUison.


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Spillway


Vol. VI, No. 51 Mds de 50 Aiios al Servicio del Comercio Mundial Viernes 7 de Junio de 1968


Se Recuerda a los Empleados


Normas de Conducta Vigentes


Ilos empleados al servicio del Go-
bierno de Ils Estados Unidos obscr-
varln las normas de conduct que se
prescriben mediante la Orden Eje-
cutiva 11222 del 8 de mayo de 1965.
Los reglamentos que rigen la con-
ducta del personal al servicio del
Cobicrno de la Zona del Canal y de
la Compafiia del Canal de PanamA
fucron dictados conform a las dis-
posiciones legales que establece la
Orden Ejecutiva 11222 del 31 de
mnarzo de 1966. Dichos reglamentos
intitulados "Responsabilidades y Con-
ducta del Empleado" fueron dados
a conocer al mencionado personal a
trav6s de un manual publicado con
ese fin. Los reglamentos en referen-
cia establecen que cada ailo se harA
un recordatorio a todos los empleados
con respect a estos reglamentos.
Los reglamentos fijan las pautas de
conduct y responsabilidad que se
exigen del empleado y sefialan que
cierto numero de empleados tiene la
obligaci6n de someter cleclaraciones
con respect a su empleo e intereses
financieros. Asimismo los reglamen-
tos indican los actos que les estin
prohibidos a los empleados del Go-
bierno y de la Compaflia. Estas
restricciones prohiben a los emplea-
dos entrar en actos cualesquiera que
resulted o parezcan resultar en el
aprovechamiento de una posici6n pif-
blica con fines de lucro particular; de
dar trato preferential a determinada
persona; de impedir la eficicncia o
economic gubernamental; de perder
por complete su independencia o
imparcialidad; de dar una decision


gubernamental que cst6 fuera de los
circulos oficialcs; o de afectar adver-
samente la confianza del p6blico en
el Cobierno.
Los reglamentos cubren asuntos
como las cuestiones de dadivas, en-
tretenimicnto y favors; las activida-
des dentro o fuera del empleo regu-
lar; intereses financieros; la utiliza-
ci6n de la propiedad del Gobierno;
el aprovechamiento de datos obteni-
dos en el desempefio de sus funcio-
nes; la adquisici6n de deudas; la dedi-
caci6n a juegos de azar, apuestas y
loterias; el comportamiento general-
mente perjudicial al Gobierno; la
publicaci6n de articulos y decla-
raciones publicas; y la participa-
ci6n en actividadcs political paname-
fias. Tambi6n sefialan los reglamentos
disposiciones de orden estatutorio
variado que rigen la conduct del
empleado al servicio del Gobierno de
los Estados Unidos.
Estos reglamentos asignan a cier-
(Continda en la pdgina 4)


Representan
Premios de Estimulo por sugeren-
cia y cheques por un total de $520
fueron entregados a 15 empleados
del Canal de PanamA esta semana,
en ceremonies celebradas en ambos
lados del Istmo.
El Gobernador W. P. Leber en-


Nuevos M edicos Ingresaran


Al Gorgas a Fines de Mes


Ocho nuevos residents y cuatro
midicos que han terminado sus in-
ternados en cl Hospital Gorgas, en-
traran al personal del hospital en
calidad de medicos residents a fines
de junio, cuando comience cl ano de
adiestramiento.
Al mismo tiempo, 16 mddicos de
Estados Unidos comenzaran sus
internados en el Gorgas.


Uno de los nuevos residents es
una doctor. La Dra. Carol F. Meyer,
de North Augusta, Carolina del Sur,
que iniciara su primer afio de resi-
dencia en pediatria. Sc gradu6 en el
Medical College de Georgia, donde
tambien hizo su internado.
El Dr. Gil Sanchez, pat6logo resi-
dente de tercer anio, naci6 en Pana-
(Continua en la pdgina 4)


Matriculas Para

Cursos de Verano

En U. de la Zona

Las matriculas para los cursos de
verano de la Universidad de la Zona
del Canal continuarfn hasta el 14 de
junio, y las classes comenzarAn el
lunes 17 de junio. La fecha limited
para las matriculas tardias sera el 19
de junio.
Los exAmenes de mitad de curso
estin programados para el 11 y 12
de julio y los eximenes finales serin
los dias 9 y 10 de agosto.
Las classes, durante los cursos de
verano, se dictarin 4 dias a la semana,
de lunes a jueves.
En los cursos de verano se ofre-
cerA una variada selecci6n de cursos
que representan cada departamento
de la Universidad de la Zona del
Canal, segAn declaraciones del Di-
rector de los Cursos de Verano,
Dr. Glen E. Murphy.
Se puede conseguir copias del ho-
rario de classes en la Oficina de Admi-
nistraci6n de la Universidad, Sal6n
209, por correo, o lamando a los
tel6fonos Balboa 2380, 2676 6 4590.


Sugerencias
treg6 los premios a los empleados
del sector Pacifico y el Capitn Axton
T. Jones, Director de Transporte y
Terminales, en representaci6n del
Gooernador, los entreg6 en el sector
At mntico. Las sugerencias represen-
tan un total de beneficios tangibles
de $5.000 a la empresa del Canal de
Panamna.
El cheque mis grande, por $150,
fue para John M. Purvis, Jr., de la
Imprenta, por su sugerencia para
obtener mas cortes econ6micos del
papel que se usa para imprimir
el Review del Canal de PanamA.
El segundo en cantidad fue por
$100 para Frank T. Willoe, de la
Division de Navegaci6n, por su suge-
rencia sobre mejoras para operar el
Remolcador Arraijdn. Tercero fue
Alfred Tulle, de la Divisi6n de Elec-
tricidad, quien sugiri6 bafios de ni-
quelado calicnte para los trabajos
plateados. Tulle recibi6 un cheque
por $50. (Contin6a en la pdgina 4)


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Un enorme pastel, con el lema "El Camino a la Seguridad" de la Misi6n
Seguridad 70 de los Estados Unidos, fue cortado al terminar la ceremonia
de entrega de premios de seguridad en la Direcci6n de Abastos y Servicios
Comunales. El Vicegobernador H. R. Parfitt, quien entreg6 el trofeo de
seguridad, las lacas y s aves de seguridad por 20 y 30 aios, es el segundo
de la izquierda; segundo de la derecha, aparece L. A. Ferguson, Director de
Abastos y Servicios Comunales. A la extrema izquierda aparece J. R. Mara-
villa, director de seguridad en Abastos y Servicios Comunales, listo para
cortar el pastel, mientras W. H. Smith, Jefe del Ramo de Seguridad del
Canal, observa la escena con much complacencia.


Dan Premios por Seguridad


En Abastos y S. Comunales


Un trofeo, como reconocimiento
a los empleados del Centro de Ser-
vicios de Balboa que trabajaron du-
rante mis de 3.000.000 de horas-
hombre sin una sola lesi6n causante
de incapacidad, de enero de 1958 a
mayo de 1968, fue entregado a W. L.
Benny, gerente del mencionado cen-
tro de servicios, durante una cere-
monia de entrega de Premios por
Seguridad, que se llev6 a cabo en el
Teatro de Balboa. El Vicegobernador
H. R. Parfitt, orador invitado de la
ceremonia, hizo la entrega del trofeo
que era otorgado por primera vez.
Entreg6 ademas dos Placas de Se-
guridad, y ocho leaves de seguridad
de 20 y una de 30 aiios.
Una Placa de Seguridad, en reco-
nocimiento a 1.371.014 horas-hombre
sin lesiones causantes de incapacidad,
de octubre 13 de 1967 a marzo 27
de 1968, fue entregada a J. F.
Manning, Gerente General de la
Division de Abastos.
El Ramo de Mercadeo, con un
total de 1.155.313 horas-hombre sin
lesiones causantes de incapacidad, del
13 de octubre de 1967 al 27 de marzo
de 1968, se hizo acreedor a una placa
que le fue entregada a N. B. Davi-
son, Superintendente del ramo.
Un record de seguridad de 30 afios,


obtenido por Victoriano Ortega, del
Ramo de Predios del Canal, le hizo
merecedor de una Llave de Seguri-
dad del Canal de PanamA, que le
fue entregada por el Vicegobernador
Parfitt.
(Continda en la pdgina 4)


"Viva la Gente "

Sera Presentado

En Paralso el 15
"Viva la Cente Panama", el grupo
"Sing-Out" local del Rearme Moral,
se presentara en Paraiso el sibado 15
de junio, patrocinado por el Consejo
Civico.
El Consejo espera que esto sirva
para promover en los j6venes de la
comunidad el interns por la creaci6n
de un clima moral en donde la ver-
dadera unidad fraternal pueda flore-
cer sobrepasando todo lo que man-
tiene al mundo desunido.
El gimnasio de Paraiso serA el es-
cenario do esta magnifica presenta-
ci6n en la que 70 voices de j6venes
(Contin6a en la pdgina 4)


Joven Ge6loga Panamena


Rinde Magnifico Trabajo


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Con su equipo y vestido de trabajo aparece la Srta.
Siegeline Probst, ingeniero civil en el Ramo de Inge-
nieria Civil del Canal de Panami, quien realize studios


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geol6gicos en el Corte Gaillard. Anteriormente trabaj6
durante 1 afio en la Divisi6n de Estudios sobre el Canal
a Nivel en el Dari6n y Colombia.


Una esbelta figure femenina, en
pantalones diablo fuerte de trabajo,
con zapatos de seguridad y un casco
tropical en la cabeza, que nada le
restan a su feminidad, hace algmin
tiempo llama la atenci6n por las ma-
nianas en el Edificio de Administra-
ci6n, en Balboa Heights.
Se trata de la Srta. Siegcline Probst,
graduada de ingenicria civil en la
Universidad de Panama y con 1'/z
alios de studios similares en la Uni-
versidad dtie Munich, Alemania, la
primer ingenicro geologa panamefia
:il servicio dlel Canal de Panama.
Esto demuestra que una ilnujer
puede lograr alcanzar n n titulo, que
anteriormnente era exclusive para
los homnbres, y desempefiarlo a today
cabalidad conmo en el caso de la Srta.
Probst, que con mnchba eficiencia e
interscl hace studios geol6gicos sobre
el terreno, en cl Canal de Panama.
Naci6 en Panami y de'sde muy


pequenia fue llevada por sus padres,
a Alemania, pais natal de su padre,
done estuvo hasta los 6 anos y el
alem6n fue el primer idioma que
habl6. Ilabla ademAs, perfectamente,
el inglis y el espafiol. Curs6 studios
primarios en la ciudad de Panama y
en Boquete, Chiriqui, de done es
oriunda su madrc, y se gradu6 de
bachiller en ciencias en el Colegio
Felix Olivares C. de la ciiudad de
(Contin6a cn la pdgina 4)

VISITANTES DE LA
SEMANA
Es.clusas de Miraflores 1,272
Esclusas de Cat6n 620
Jardincs de Summit 115
Museo-Biblioteca 170
Las Cruces, 4 viajes 260
Gran total _____ 2,437


Beneficios por $5.000


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SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Junio 7, 1968


Gente en la Noticia
i


La Sra. Francia Margarita de Chica presta servicios como
tecn6loga medical en el Departamento de Serologia del
Laboratorio Clinico del Hospital Gorgas, cuyo jefe tec-
n6logo mddico es Ricardo Vallarino. La Sra. de Chica
lleva 1 afio de servicio al Canal de PanamA en este mismo
departamento dedicado al studio de los sueros de la
sangre. Curs6 studios primaries en Aguadulce y secun-
v darios en la Escuela Normal Juan Dem6stenes Aroseme-
Dm na de Santiago de Veraguas. Obtuvo su licenciatura en
li j %., biologia y quimica en el Marygrove College de Detroit;
I- f 111 hizo studios de post grado en la Graduate School de la
-.. Universidad de California y obtuvo su master en micro-
biologia con especializaci6n en inmunolegia en la Uni-
- versidad de Miami. En el Hospital Herman Kiefer de
Detroit tuvo adiestramiento en tecnologia mddica. La
Sra. de Chica es ademais profesora de serologia e inmu-
nologia en la Facultad de Ciencias de la Universidad de
S Panama. Pertenece a la Sociedad Americana de Pat6logos
Clinicos, a la Asociaci6n de Microbiologia de PanamA y
a la Sociedad Odoborne de Florida, capitulo de Panami.
S Trabaj6 anteriormente en el Laboratorio de Salud Publica
de Panami. Es casada con el Sr. Gerardo A. Chica.


V


La Sra. Annette Van Hoorde de Aro-
semena trabaja como tecn6loga mB-
dica en el Departamento de Hema-
tologia del Laboratorio Clinico del
Hospital Gorgas. Su trabajo, que ini-
ci6 el 11 de septiembre de 1967, se
relaciona con el studio morfol6gico
de las celulas sanguineas. La Sra. de
Arosemena curs6 studios primaries
y sccundarios en el Colegio de las
Esclavas del Sagrado Coraz6n. De
1957 a 1959 realize studios de labo-
ratorio clinic en la escuela ticnica
de Gradwhold, San Luis, Missouri.
De 1959 a 1961 trabaj6 en el labo- ,
ratorio de la Clinica Raymond de
Panamal. En 1961 realize studios
sobre coagulaci6n en los laboratories
de investigaci6n de la Casa Farma-
ceutica Ortho, de Nueva York. De
1962 a 1963 trabaj6 en el War
Memorial Blood Bank de Minneapo-
!is, Minnesota, y finalmente de 1963
a 1967 estudi6 en la Universidad de
Minnesota donde obtuvo el titulo de
licenciada en tecnologia m6dica con
especializaci6n en hematologia. Per-
tenece a la Sociedad de Laboratoris-
tas de Panami, a la Sociedad de
Bacteriologia de PanamA, a la Socie-
dad Americana de Tecn6logos Medi-
cos y a la Sociedad Americana de
Pat6logos Clinicos. Es casada con el
Dr. Eresto Arosemena Newman.


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Tres Poblaciones Chiricanas


Que Tienen un Enorme Futuro


Hay tres pueblos en cl oriented chi-
ricano que constituyen una gran re-
serva agricola y ganadera para today
la Repliblica y que son bafiados por
el mismo rio.
Esta trilogia de pueblos esti cons-
tituida por San F6lix, Remedios y Las
Lajas, todos baniados por las cauda-
losas aguas del Rio San F6lix.
Quizfis cl mis important de los
tres es Remedios, gran centro comer-
cial y ganadero, desde los dias de
Colombia. Remedios fue ademais du-
rante much tiempo base de la firm
de los Hermanos Piza, financieros y
fundadores de la industrial ganadera
en esa irea, que en un tiempo finan-
ciaron tambitn "bucerias" de perlas
en las costas de Chiriqui.
Uno de los temples mis famosos
cs cl de Nuestra Seiora de Los Re-
mnedios, cuya image es muy vene-
rada por los residents del lugar que
Ic atribuyen muchos milagros. Es


una bella image de la Virgen Maria
que data de los tiempos de la colo-
nia. Remedios es la cabecera del Dis-
trito de Remedios y donde se asienta
una de las haciendas de ganado mAs
famosas de la Repfiblica, la de los
Hermanos Motta, conocida en todo
el pais como el Rancho Motta, done
se han criado numerosos grande
campeones de came vacuna, recono-
cidos tanto en ferias nacionales conmo
extranjeras.
San F6lix, lugar por done bajan
los indios de la sierra es otro centro
commercial important. Es ademais
centro agricola y ganadero. Pero la
principal caracteristica de San F6lix
es cl clima, ya que estai asentado en
las estribaciones de la gran Serrania
del Tabasari.
Parte de ]a importancia de San
Felix se ha perdido, debido a tque
la cabecera del Distrito fue estable-
cida en Las Lajas. Pero, esta ultima


poblaci6n, situada unos 8 kil6metros
al sur de San Felix, ademAs de su
riqueza agricola y pecuaria, posee
unas playas que con much raz6n
son consideradas como las mejores
de la Rep6iblica de PanamA. Ya hay
various consorcios financiers intere-
sados en la construcci6n de hotels
de lujo en esas playas, para lo cual
se estt planeando, como primer paso,
la construction de vias de access
apropiadas a esa region que puede
convertirse en un emporio commercial
de la naci6n.



Gotas de Historia

I)iciembre 4, 1901-El Presidente
Theodore Roosevelt envi6 al Con-
greso el informed de la Comisi6n
Walker, el cual recomendaba la
construcci6n de un canal a trav6s
de Nicaragua.


En Su Pantalla_
PARAISO SANTA CRUZ RAINBOW CITY
The Iron Mistress (AY) y 10:00 p.m.
Viernes 7 CERRADO Mister Roberts (AYC) King Kong (AY)
SIron Mistress (AY) y The Music Man (AYC)
doMister Roberts (AY) CERRADO IHard Bargain (AY)
Saibado 8 Mister Roberts (AYC)
Premiada por la Academia
Domingo 9 In The Heat Of The Night You Only Live Twice (AY) Rough Night In Jericho
(ADULTOS) Entradas: -15 y 300 (ADULTOS)

Lunes 1) PrenTe Heaort The Nit Four Days In November (AYC) y Rough Night In Jericho
ADULTSO) 633 Squadron (AY) ADULTSO)
Premiada por la Academia Ilow To Succeed In Business
Martes 11 In The Heat Of The Night Beach Blanket Bingo (AY) Without Really Trying
ADULTSO) ADULTSO)
(Especial)
Miercoles 12 Four Days In November (AYC) y The Fly (AY) Madame X (ADULTOS) y
633 Squadron (AY) The Great Imposter (AY)
Violent Road (AYC) y
Jurtves 13 Beach Blanket Bingo (AY) CERRADIO West Point Story (AYC)
The Sundowners (AYC) v 10:00 p.m.
Viernes 14 CERHADO Siege (AY) Crack In The World (AY)
GUIA DEL CINE: A, Adultos: Y, J6venes de 12 a 16; C, Nifos de 8 a 12.


CANAL 2
DOMINGO


9:30-
10.30-
11:00
11:30-
12:30-
2:30-
4:30
(i:00-
6:30-
7:()0-
8.00-
9:00-
10:00-


Alfred Hitchcock
Mi Amigo el Mago
Suerte y Alegria con la Loteria
Alma de Acero
Show del Mediodia
Tarde de Toros
Los Invencibles
El Zorro
Golazo Royal
Disneylandia
El Gran Chaparral
Miisi6n Imposible
Premiere de Gala


LUNES
11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Randall el Justiciero
12:00-Buggs Bunny
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
2:010-Las Enfenneras
13 00 La Novela del Dos
::30-Agonia de Aniar
4:00-Los Amiguitos de Roblain
5.100-Los Cuatro Fantisticos
5:30-Randall el Justiciero
6:00-Flash Gordon
6:30-Noticias
7.00-Batnan
7:30- La Tremenda Corte
8:00-Los Invasores
9:00-FBI en Acciin
10:00-Noticias
10:30 Las I'nfernmeras


S1.15
11:30-
12:00-
12:30-
1:00-
2:00-
3 00-
S1:30
3:30-
4:00-
5:00-
5:30-
6:00
i:30-
7:00-
7:30-
8:00-
9:00-
9::30-
10:00-
10:30


MARTES
Carnaval de iCartones
Randall el Justfiiero
-Buggs Bunny
Noticias
Show de la Una
Las Enfenneras
-La Nsovlca del Dos
Agonia de Amar
Los Amiguitos tie Boblin
-Aquanlan
-Randall el Justicieir
-Flash Gordon
Noticias
-El Joveni Centenarito
-La Tremenda Corte
-Alma de Acero
-Conmandos del Iesierto
-)ragnet
Noticias
-Ias Enitternieras


MIERCOLES
11 15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Randall el Justiciero
12:00-Loteria y Alegria
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Las Enfermeras
3:00-La Novela del Dos
3:30-Agonia de Amar
4:00-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
5:00-Milton el Monstrno
5:30-Randall el Justiciero
6:00-Flash Gordon
6:30-Noticias
7:00 Sucito con Jeannie
7:30-Blanquita Amaro
8:30-Judd por la Defensa
9:30-Reto al Mal
10:00-Noticias
10: 30-Las Enfermeras


JUEVES
11: 15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Randall el Justiciero
12:00-Buggs Bunny
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Las Enfermeras
3:00-La Novela del Dos
3:30-Agonia de Amnar
4:00-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
5:00-Viaje al Centro de la Tierra
5:30-Randall el Justiciero
6:00-Flash Gordon
6:30-Noticias
7:00-Mi Mujer es Hechicera
7:30-La Tremenda Corte
8:00-El Hombre del Maletin
9:00-La Caldera del Diablo
10:00-Noticias
10:30-Las Enfermeras

VIERNES
11:15-Carnaval de Cartones
11:30-Randall el Justiciero
12:00-Buggs Bunny
12:30-Noticias
1:00-Show de la Una
2:00-Las Enfenneras
3:00-La Novela del Dos
3:30-Agonia de Amnar
4:00-Los Amiguitos de Roblin
5:00-King Kong
5:30-Randall el Justiciero
6:00-Flash Gordon
6:30-Noticias
7:00-La Novicia Voladora
7:30-El Caf6 Squirt
8'00(- Los Gorilas de Garrison
9:00-Departamento de Policia de
Nueva York
9:30-Nocturnal
10:00-Noticias
10'30 -Las Enfermeras

SABADO
10:00-Carnaval de Cartones
10:30-Perfiles de Valor
I 1:30-El PAijaro Carpintero
12:00-Mis Adorables Sobrinos
12:30-Noticias
1:00-De Muier a Mlujer
2:00-Reprise de la Novela Marilbel
4:00-Famnilia por Accidente
-:30-La Levenda de Custer
5:30-Los Tres Chiflados
6:00-Reino Salvaje
6:30--Noticias
7:00--Ihondo
8:010-Manix
9:00-Viaje a las Estrellas
10:00-Noticias
10:30-Cine Stibado


II


CANAL 4
DOMINGO


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CALENDARIO DE EVENTS
JUNIOR
7-Concluycn las pruebas para la production del Fondo Unido, el
dxito musical "Amor Sin Barreras", en el auditorio de la Escuela
Secundaria de Balboa a las 7:30 p.m. La producci6n estl
programada para estrenarse el 25 de julio.
13-Fiesta de Corpus Christi. Festividad religiosa de gran solemnidad
en todosos ls pueblos del Interior. En algunos de cllos y de acuerdo
con tradici6n que data de los tiempos de la Colonia, se represen-
tan autos sacramentales con danzas de "diablos" y "diablicos"
en las calls.


PAgina 2


8:45-Documental
9:15-La Santa Misa
10:00-Todo por la Patria
10:45-Salvese Quien Pueda
L1:30-Granjero Ultimo Modelo
12:00-Ventana del Mundo
1:00-Los Cucos
1:30-Domingo Deportivo
6:00 Viaje al Fondo del Mar
7:00-Bonanza
8:00-El Santo
9:00-El Agente de C.I.P.O.L.
10:00-Estreno Sorpresivo

LUNES
11:15-Clmicas
11:30--Lassie
12:00- Msiea y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-La Ihora de Corin Tellado
2:00- Cine Ilogar
4:00--La Gran Aventura
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:25--Instant inea:s Sociales
5:30-PAiginas de la Vida
i:00 Cataplin
6(:15-Episodio
6:45-Primera Plana
6:50-Noticias
7:30-El Gato
8:00-Lnnes de Revlon
8 30-Su Novela Favorita
:00 -Conflictos Humanos
9:30-1Enigma
10:30-Cita con la Muerte
S1:30 -Noticias

MARTES
11.15 CI ( micas
1 1:30-Lassie
12:00-MWisica y lisas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-La Ilora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Cine Hogar
4:00-La Ruta del Sol
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:25-Instantaneas Sociales
5:30-PiAginas de la Vida
6:00-Cataplin
6:15-Episodio
6:45-Priiera Plana
(i:50- Noticias
7:30-C onics sy Canciones
8:00-La lora Continental
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
(:00- Conlictos Ilumanos
9:30-La Cuarta Dimensi6in
10:30-Cita con la Muerte
11:30- Noticias

MIERCOLES"
11:15--C6micas
11:30-Lassie
12:00-Sorteo de la Loteria
12:15-Mtlsica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:3()-La Ilora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Cine Hogar
4:00-Puertos de Intriga
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:25-Instantaineas Sociales
5:30-PAginas de la Vida
6:00-Cataplfin
6:15-Episodio
6fi:5-Primera Plana
7:30 Carrousel Internacional
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos Humanos
9:30-Los Fabulosos 20
10:30-Cita con la Muerte
11:30-Noticias

JUEVES
11:15-C6micas
11:30-Lassie
12:00-Milisica y Risas
1:00-Notieias
1:30-La Ilora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Camino de la Verdad
2:15-Cine Ilogar
4:00-El Congresista
5:00-Novela de la Tarde
5:25-Instantfineas Sociales
5:30-Piginas de la Vida
6:00-Catapliin
6: 1 5-Episodio
6:45-Primera Plana
6i:50-Noticias
7:30-Beverly Ricos
8:00-Jueves Estelares de Pond's
8:30-Su Novela Favorita
9:00-Contlictos IIumanos
9:30-Jim West
10:30-Cita con la Muerte
11l:00-La Cuerda Floja
11:30-Noticias

VIERNES
11:15 C6micas
ll:30-Lassie
12:00-MWisica y Risas
1:00-Noticias
1:30-La ilora de Corin Tellado
2:00-Cine Ilogar
4:00-Aventuras en el Paraiso
5:010-Novela de la Tarde
5:25-Instantaineas Sociales
5:30-Psiginas de la Vida
6:00-Cataphlin
6: 15 Episodio
(:4.5-Primera Plana
6:50-Noticias
7:30-TarzAin
8:30- S Novela Favorita
9:00-Conflictos IIumanos
9:30-Yo Soy Espia
10:30)- L.a lnora Cero

SABADO
10:30-C6micas
S1:00-Colorin Colorao
12:00-La Cimara Indiscreta
12:30-11Hroes de Hogan
1:00-Noticias
1:30-La Muier Opina
2:00-Reprise de Corin Tellado
4:00-l.argo Metraje
5:15-Rev6lver a la Orden
5:45-Daniel Boone
6:45-Primera Plana
6:5(0-Noticias
7:30 -Sitadols de Orange Crush
8'00-A Peticion Suva
8:30-Perdidos en el Espacio
9:30-Cimarr6n
11:00-- Martinez Blanco


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Junio 7, 1968


SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Asi se Usa la Sangre


En la Zone del Canal


El Banco de Sangre comenzo en
1954 en el Hospital Gorgas.
En 1955 fue abierto el banco de
sangre en cl sector AtlAntico, en el
Hospital de Coco Solo. Desde en-
tonces, estas dos unidades han reci-
bido 27.000 unidades de sangre, de
las cuales unas 21.000 unidades se
han usado. Siempre que ha sido nece-
sario, la sangre de uno de los bancos
ha sido suministrada al otro, con el
fin de asegurar que siempre haya
sangre de todos los tipos, en cual-
quicra de Ins bancos, en cualquier
moment.
Debido a eque siempre es necesario
convertir cierto numero de unidades
de sangre en cualquiera de sus dife-
rentes derivados, se ha destinado el
Banco de Sangre del Hospital Gorgas
para esta clase de trabajo. Algunos
de estos derivados son: plasma fresco,
plasma preservado y c6lulas rojas
lavadas. La sangre, al no ser usada
en transfusions. o como cdlulas rojas
empacadas o como derivados de la
sangre, se convierte en sangre expi-


rada. Esta sangre expirada se utiliza
en el laboratorio para convertirla en
imedios para studios de bacteriologia.
Mas del 99 por ciento, de la sangre
donada y sus derivados, ha sido usado
en la Zona del Canal, en los hospita-
les Corgas y Coco Solo.
Siempre que ha sido necesario, se
ha enviado sangre y algunos de sus
derivados en vuelos de emergencia a
varies paises de Sur y Centro Am6-
rica, lo mismo que por helic6ptero a
naves en alta mar. A pesar de que
la Repsiblica de PanamA tiene sus
propios bancos de sangre, algunas
veces necesitan sangre de un tipo
particular. Cuando ello ocurre, y a
solicitud de un m6dico autorizado, se
ha suministrado sangre de los bancos
de la Zona del Canal.

Mdxico y Brasil figuran entire las
naciones que han ofrecido aumentar
sus contribuciones con el propdsito
de ayudar, durante 1968, a los paises
en desarrollo.


DIRECTION DE ABASTOS Y
SERVICIOS COMUNALES
Arthur L. Betty
Elwood Bissett
Edna Bovell
Bestre Burke
Valerio Cardoze
Ernesto Cedefio
John P. Corrigan III
Lorenzo G. Dreckett
Alfred Houston
Clifford Jemmott
Johnie Alfredo Junior
Florencio Martinez
Fernando A. Ponce
William F. Robinson
DIRECTION DE INGENIERIA
Y CONSTRUCTION
Roy R. Burgener
Jorge Domingo Calama
Hector L. Campbell
Jos6 A. Campos
Weldon C. Dobson
Clois C. Duffie
Simeon A. Findlay
RenA Ibarra C.
A. J. Kucikas
John D. Mitchusson
Leslie J. Samuells
Bettye A. Shaffer
Agustin Tejada
DIRECTION DE SALUBRIDAD
Emanuel Blaisdell
Elizabeth I. Brown
Dorothy E. Hannigan
Alvin Kenton
Dorothy G. de Quir6s
Selvin Rowe
Cecil A. Springer
Lloyd M. Tait
Winston N. Vaughn
Adolphus Uriah Welch
Margarito Wilson


DIRECTION DE MARINA
John H. Caldwell
William T. Craig
James A. Cruz
Eugene A. Davis
Capt. Donald A. Dertien, USN
Julio Esquivel
Vernon M. Findlater
James V. Foster
Russell M. Lawrence
Fernando Ostrea
Andres Perez P.
Pablo E. Salas
Joseph A. Semper
DIRECTION DE ASUNTOS
CIVILES
Seymour I. Barkowitz
Alfredo T. Brooks
Joseph F. Dolan
George A. Gerchow
Roger D. Michel
Justo Vl6ez Mufioz
Jimmy R. Ransom
Karl W. Shirley
SERVICIOS
ADMINISTRATIVOS
Herschell W. Dempsey, Jr.
William F. O'Sullivan
CONTRALORIA
Walter M. Sequcira
OFICINA DE SEGURIDAD
INTERNAL
Ernest W. Oliver
DIRECTION DE TRANSPORT
Y TERMINALES
Felipe Gonzilez
OTROS
Raul SAnchez
Thelmna de Tomlinson
Nonnan Edgar Wynter


P. L. Denton Termina


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Henry A. Gaskin, pintor de r6tulos de la Divisi6n de
Abastos, examine un mural de instrucci6n que 61 pint6
en el Sal6n de Conferencias del Distrito Sur de Sanidad.
La historic que Henry cuenta artisticamente- es simple y
sumamente real, y sera usada en las conferencias que se
le dan peri6dicamente a los que manejan alimentos. Los
grandes cafiones de la derecha, usados en la guerra
ininterrumpida contra los germenes que causan enferme-
dades transmitidas por alimentos, no son otra cosa que
la aplicaci6n del calor, por medio de los diferentes
m6todos de cocimiento, que matan a los microbios, o los


diferentes medios de refrigeraci6n, que retardan el cre-
cimiento de las bacteria. La batalla contra los gCrmenes
no puede ganarse sin las defenses debidas, constituidas
por un equipo modern, limpio y debidamente cons-
truido. Las ametralladoras de la izquierda representan
al personal debidamente adiestrado y supervisado, que
practice todas las reglas de la higiene en la preparaci6n
y el servicio de comidas, y que son, en uiltima instancia,
los que alcanzan la victoria final en la guerra contra
los germenes.


Exhiben Obras Maestras Coro Universitario

En los Corredores de la Ofrecerd Concierto

Universidad de la Zona El Club Coral de Yale, en su se- ademAs de canciones universitarias.
Copias, en atractivos marcos, de gunda gira por Amirica Latina, se El concerto del Colegio Javier, el
inapreciables obras maestras se en- presentara por primer vez en Pana- sabado 22 de junior, alas 8 p.m. sera
cuentran actualmente en exhibicion nm, el 22 de junior, en un concerto a beneficio del DAD, el Banco de
en los corredores de la Universidad que tendra lugar en el Colegio Sangre del Hospital Santo Tomas, en
de la Zona del Canal, done me- Javier de la ciudad de PanamA. la ciudad de Panama. Los asientos
diante los esfuerzos de la Comisi6n La visit a Panama de ese conjunto reservados costaran $2.50 y $1.50,
de Arte Iist6rico de la mencionada cral' es patrocinada por el Club mientras que la entrada general serA
universidad se esta hacienda tambi6n Yale de PanamA y la Asociaci6n a 50 centavos.
una colecccin de una galeria de arte Panamenio-Nortcamericana. El Club Coral de Yale ha hecho
de valor artistic y educativo. El grupo esta formado por 60 per- giras por Asia, Africa, Europa y la
Copias de Rafael, Rembrandt, sonas y el program es sumamente Uni6n Sovictica.
Cainsborough, Turner, Brueghel, El variado. Comprende desde m6sica El grupo Ilegar-A a PanamA el vier-
Creco, Vermeer, Whistler, Homer, sacra hasta misica popular, canciones nes 21 de junior, en la noche. El
Wood, Cezanne, Gauguin y Matisse de Norte Am6rica y de Espafia, sabado en la maiana, los estudiantes
estin entire las famosas obras de arte y las families que los hospedarnn se
que ya cuelgan en los corredores de enir en el Edificio de Asuntos
la universidad. C A l Civiles de ]a Zona dcl Canal, done
Algunas de las copies de arte y Cena nual abordarin autobuses para una gira
marcos han side escogidos, con la que incluira una charla de orienta-
cooperaci6n de E. G. Bissett, gerente Los J6venes Laicos Episcopales de ci6n sobre el Canal de PanamA, ins-
de mercancia, articulos para el hogar la Iglesia de San Albano, tendran su pecci6n de las Esclusas de Miraflores
en la Dirccci6n de Abastos y Servi- Sexta Cena Familiar Anual, el 22 de y un trinsito parcial del Canal a
cios Comunales, de los catalogs que junio a las 7 p.m. en el Sal6n Parro- bordo de la lancha Las Cruces.
existen en los archives de la Divisi6n quial de San Albano, en Paraiso. Inmediatamente despues del con-
de Abastos. Otras copias de obras Los j6venes preparan un gran es- cierto del Colegio Javier, se les ofre-
maestras provienen del Museo Metro- pecticulo que sera una grande y cera una recepci6n informal en la
politano de Arte de la ciudad de novedosa atracci6n durante la cena, residencia del Embajador de Estados
Nueva York y de la Caleria Nacional y que llevara por titulo "Movimiento Unidos en La Cresta, ciudad de
de Washington, D.C. Suave" para distinguirlo de los que Panama.
Los marcos son ajustados, cuando generalmente se presentan y que El Club Coral de Yale, partirI el
se hace necesario, y son pintados en tienen movimientos much mais rpi- domingo con destiny a Medellin,
la Division de Mantenimiento del dos. Los boletos ya estin a la venta. Colombia.
Canal de Panama. Los colors esco-
gidos anmonizan con las pinturas. I A r


Loro de as /Ame'ricas O~recera'
.
Recitales en Paraiso v R. City


EstldiOS UniverSitarios I.... en cl Aire", un recital del una presentaci6n annual de las Igle-
oro de las Amnricas, que debia sias Unidas del Evangelio, cuyo Su-
El 10o Estados Unidos presentarse el 14 de junior, en el Gim- perintendente General es el Reve-
nasio de Paraiso, sera ofrecido el do- rendo Waldaba H. Stewart. Los pro-
Peter L. Denton, hijo del Sr. Fred I. iningo 16 de junior, a las 3:30 p.m. gramas son patrocinados para bene-
L. Denton y Sra. Ruth Denton, resi- Las personas que ya tienen sus bole- ficio del Trabajo Misional Domestico
dents en El Cangrejo, ciudad d tos y todas las demAs, deben tomar de las Iglesias.
Panam se gradu6 n seaman pasada nota del cambio en la fecha de Los boletos pueden obtenerse con
Panama, se gradu6 la semana pasada peHH -__\-c,,
de Licenciado en Administraci6n de presentaci6n. los miembros de ]a Iglesia Salem, de
Negocios, en la Universidad Taylor, El program que se ofrecerA en Colon, y con los de la Iglcsia Bethel,
de Upland, Indiana. 'cl Gimnasio de Rainbow City no cam- de Paraiso, lo mismo que con los
Asisti6aa escuela Cali, C m- biarn de fecha y, como se habia anun- miembros del Coro dc las Am6ricas,
bia; en Ciudad de uxico; en Zell- ciado anteriormente, se presentarA a segln anuncio hecho por sus presi-
wiad, Fl en San Antonio, las 8 p.m. del ini6rcoles 12 de junior. dentes Cleophas C. Clarke y Leonora
wood, Florida; en San Antonio,
Texas; y se gradu6 en la Escuela Los ensayos se estin Ilevando a Coward.
Secundaria de Balboa y en la Uni- cabo todos los dias. El program in- Se invita al public en general.
versidad de la Zona del Canal. cluiri obras favorites de todos los
Se encuentra en el Istmo, en uso pj tiempos y varies numerous nuevos. Per' proyecta instalar un centro
de unas cortas vacaciones, antes de El Dr. Donald W. Skinner, a la derecha, Rector de la Universidad de la Tres j6venes artists muy prome- national para el desarrollo de la in-
continuar el curso de verano de li Zona del Canal, admira otra adici6n a la colecci6n de obras maestras que tedores sobrcsalen en el Coro de dustria alimenticia en la Universi-
Escuela de Craduados, en la Univer- embellecen los corredores de esa instituci6n de educaci6n superior. A la las Americas. Son ellos la Srta. dad Agraria de la Molina, en las
sidad Estatal Ball, en Muncie, In- izquierda aparece Arundel A. Hall, subjefe oficinista del taller de pintura Elvia Small, soprano lirica; Ashton afueras de Lima. El fondo especial
diana, done estudiari para obtener del Canal de PanamA, donde los marcos de las pinturas estAn siendo termi- Brooks, Jr., tenor dramaitico; y Carlos de las Naciones Unidas ayud(ard a
su grado de Maestria en Administra- I nados en colors que armonizan con los de las obras maestras. (Fotos King, tenor lirico. obtener la .urna de $1.404.700, que
cidn de Negocios. adicionales en la secci6n inglesa.) El recital "Muisica en el Aire" es se require para instalar el centro.


Pagina 3


CUADRO DE HONOR DEL

BANCO DE SANGRE

HOSPITAL GORGAS


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SPILLWAY DEL CANAL DE PANAMA


Junio 7, 1968


Nuevo lefe de

Medicine Preventiva

Llegara Este Mes
El Dr. Ernst K. W. Kredel, quien
durante los ultimos afios ha sido Di-
rector de Salubridad Publica de la
ciudad de Tacoma, Estado de Wash-
ington, y del Condado de Pierce,
deberA legar a la Zona del Canal el
16 de junio, para asumir sus funcio-
nes de Jefe de la Divisi6n de Medi-
cina Preventiva de la Direcci6n de
Salubridlad de la Zona del Canal.
El Dr. Kredel, nacionalizado en los
Estados Unidos, naci6 en Julich,
Alemania, y recibi6 su doctorado en
medicine en la Universidad de
Muenster, Alemania Occidental.
Recibi6 un grado de maestria en
salubridad p6blica en la Escuela de
Salubridad Piblica de Johns Hop-
kins, en 1958, y ensefi6 durante 1
ano en la Escuela de Salubridad
Publica de la Universidad de Puerto
Rico.
El Dr. Kredel vendra al Istmo en
compafiia de su esposa, Vihna, y
ademis lo acompaiaril su hijo de 6
anios, George.
Su hija, Gerlinde, efectuia studios
en Europa.


Normas de Conducta .
(Viene de la pcigina 1)
tos funcionarios patronales la obliga-
ci6n de someter declaraciones de
empleo y de intereses financieros a
manera de asegurar que dichos enm-
pleados no se encuentren implicados
en situacioncs que presented un con-
flicto de intereses. Durante el afio se
han registrado algunos cambios de
menor importancia en dichos regla-
mentos. Uno de los cambios tuvo
como fin reducir el n6mero de em-
pleados que tengan la obligaci6n de
someter declaraciones relacionadas a
su empleo e intereses financieros.
Igualmente se modificaron los regla-
mentos con el prop6sito de limitar
a una vez por anio la presentaci6n de
las mencionadas declaraciones en vez
de cuatro por ano como se venia
hacienda con anterioridad. En la
actualidad solamente se cuenta con
44 empleados en el organismo del
Gobierno y de la Compafia que
tienen la obligaci6n de someter di-
chas declaraciones.
Otro cambio reciente en los regla-
mentos fue la modificaci6n de la dis-
posici6n que contempla la cuesti6n
de dAdivas. La mencionada disposi-
ci6n ha sido liberalizada para permi-
tir la donaci6n de regalos de valor
nominal en ocasiones que se traten
de una boda, enfermedad, o la jubi-
laci6n del empleado. La nueva dis-
posici6n reza asi:
"Un empleado no solicitari a otro
que contribuya hacia una didiva
para un funcionario superior, haga
una donaci6n a manera de dAdiva
para un funcionario superior, o acep-
te un regalo de un empleado que
devengue un sueldo inferior al suyo.
Sin embargo, por el present pArrafo
no se prohibe el obsequio voluntario
de un regalo de valor nominal o una
didiva de poca monta que se haga
en ocasiones que traten de una boda,
enfermedad o jubilaci6n".
El empleado que desee obtener un
ejemplar de los reglamentos que rigen
las "Responsabilidades y Conducta
del Empleado" podri comunicarse
con la Direcci6n de Personal telef6-
nicamente Ilamando a los nmimeros
2-1320 6 2-1525.



SPILLWAY
Publicaci6n official del Canal de Pana-
ma. Se autoriza Ia reproducci6n ya fue-
re verbal o escrita de cualquier cronica
o noticia aqui aparecida, sin necesidad
de solicited express.
W. P. LEBER
Gobernador de la Zona del Canal
H. R. PAHFITT
Viccgobernador
FRANK A. BALDWIN
Jefe de la Oficina de Informaci6n
La information que se deseare publicar
en el SPILLWAY debe ser enviada a la
oficina del Jefe de Prensa. Dirigir la
correspondencia a PSANAMA CANAL
SPILLWAY, Apartado M, Balboa, Zona

pleados del Canal de Panama. Valor
de la subscripcion para otros (inclu-
Syendo envio por correo) $2.60 al anio.
Los cheques deben hacerse paraderos
al Panama Canal Company y dirigidos
a: SPILLWAY Subscriptions, Box M,
Balboa Heights, Canal Zone.


Viva la Gente...
(Viene de la pdgina 1)
se unoiran para cantar canciones de
una solidaridad que se levanta sobre
las barrcras de la raza, color, cultural
y clase.
Este program que se presentarA
en Paraiso cl 15 de junio serA el
primer paso para reunir a los j6venes
de Gamboa, Santa Cruz, Paraiso y
Pedro Miguel con el fin de dar im-
pulso a su propio grupo regional.
Un precio de entrada nominal de
25 centavos para los estudiantes, de
primaria y de secundaria, y 50 cen-
tavos para los adults es todo lo que
se cobrari para ayudar a sufragar los
costs del proyecto.


Beneficios por $5.000...
(Viene de la pigina 1)
Otros ganadores fueron: Irl R.
Sanders, Jr., de la Divisi6n de Ter-
minalcs, $35; Ray D. Wilson, de la
Division de Ingenieria, $25; y Enri-
que Magin Ruiz, de Servicios Admi-
nistrativos, $25.
Los siguientes recibieron como
premio cheques por $15: Chris E.
Haywood, de Personal; Jolie A.
Seeley, de la Contraloria; James A.
Maguire, de Escuelas; Robert C.
Daniel, de Ferrocarril; los cosuge-
rentes Jose E. Corc6 y Chiquita C.
Cassibry, ambos de la Contraloria;
Anthony J. Arceneaux, del vapor
Crist6bal; los cosugerentes Yolanda
Diaz y Jennie Sue Brenner, ambas
del Hospital de Coco Solo.


Muchachas Guias de


Pedro Miguel Honran


A las Madres

La Tropa 8 de Pedro Miguel de
las Muchachas Guias Internacionales
de la Zona del Canal ofrecieron una
Cena en Honor de las Madres el
sn'bado 18 de mayo en la Escuela
Primaria de Pedro Miguel.
La Sra. Ethel Price fue escogida
como Madre del Afio y todas las mu-
chachas asistieron aconpafiadas por
sus padres, quienes recibian un rami-
lete de flores al entrar al sal6n.
Antes de la cena se present un
bonito program en el que las invo-
caciones de apertura y de clausura
estuvieron a cargo de la Sra. J. Soley,
lider de la tropa, las palabras de
introducci6n del acto a cargo de la
Muchacha Guia Celia Powell, las
palabras de clausura las pronunci6
la Muchacha Guia Hyacinth Wood-
cock y el discurso de fondo lo pro-
nunci6 la oradora invitada de honor,
Srta. Clara Wattley, quien se refiri6
a las responsabilidades y satisfaccio-
nes que tiene la madre. Hizo Anfasis
ademnis en la necesidad del carifio
mutuo entire la madre y la hija y
termin6 recitando un poema a la
madre.
Las invitadas de honor fueron: la
Sra. Inez D. McKenzie, Directora
Ejecutiva, y Sra. J. Medrick, Presi-
denta de Distrito, de Paraiso.


Nuevos Medicos Vendran al Gorgas...


(Viene de la pdgina 1)
ema y se gradu6 en la Escuela de
Medicine de la Universidad de Sala-
manca, Espaina. Hizo su internado en
el Hospital General de Maryland,
en el Hospital M. D. Anderson de
Houston, Texas, y fue professor asis-
tente en Ia Universidad Baylor. Vive
en la ciudad de Panama.
El Dr. Gustavo A. Herrera, resi-
dente de primer ano en Obstetricia
y Ginecologia, naci6 en La Paz, Boli-
via. Recibi6 su doctorado en la Uni-
versidad de Chile, en Santiago, e
hizo su internado en La Paz, despues
de servir en el Ej6rcito de Bolivia.
Los otros nuevos residents son:
El Dr. Clair R. Cutler, graduado
en la Escuela de Medicina de la
Universidad del Noroeste de Esta-
dos Unidos, quien hara su segundo
aino de internado en cirugia orto-
p6dica.
El Dr. James L. Stakely, graduado
en la Universidad de California del
Sur, comenzara su primer afio en ci-
rugia general.
El Dr. Henry D. Patterson, gra-
duado en cl Colegio de Medicina de
la Universidad de Nebraska y comen-
zarA su primer afio de cirugia general.
El Dr. Jack Gent, de Philippi, Vir-
ginia Occidental, comenzara su se-
gundo aiio de cirugia general.
El Dr. Burton D. Brent, tambien
en su segundo ailo de residencia en
cirugia general, se doctor en la Es-
cuela de Medicina de Chicago e
hizo su internado en el Hospital dc
la Universidad de Michigan. Asisti6
a la Escuela de Supervivencia Tro-
pical en Albrook, en 1966.
El otro resident, Dr. J. Fred
Miller III, de Tampa, Florida, co-
menzara su segundo afio de adies-
tramiento en ortopedia, el 19 de
septiembre.
Los tries mndicos que finalizan su
internado en el Gorgas son: el
Dr. N. E. Bernhardt, primer ano de
medicine internal; Dr. M. A. Drake,
primer afio de medicine internal; y
Dr. R. J. Hehn, primer afio de ciru-
gia preortopldica.
Hay dos solteros entire los 16 inter-
nos que llegaran. Son ellos el Dr.
James D. Mattias, graduado en la
Escuela de Medicina de la Univer-
sidad de Iowa, y el Dr. Bernard A.
Nemchausky, doctorado en cl Centro
Midico de la Universidad de Illinois.
Los otros interns y las escuelas
en que recibieron sus doctorados son
los siguientes: Dr. Carl R. Birchard,
Universidad de Illinois; Dr. John
Mark Bruckner, Escuela de Medi-
cina de la Universidad de Colorado;
Dr. Robert C. Donaldson, del Cole-
gio de Medicina de la Universidad


de Illinois; Dr. Percy E. Dunagin,
Universidad de California; Dr.
William J. Eichner, Universidad de
Nebraska; y Dr. John Harsany, Jr.,
Universidad de Alabama.
Dr. Peter C. Kamperschroer, Es-
cuela de Medicina Stritch de la Uni-
versidad de Loyola; Dr. John W.
Karrer, Universidad de Nebraska;
Dr. Wojceich A. Krotoski, Universi-
dad de California, en Los Angeles;
Dr. Marion Condy Pugh, Escuela de
Medicine del Suroeste, en Dallas,
Texas; Dr. Harold M. Rehbein, Es-
cuela de Medicina de la Universidad
de Wisconsin; Dr. Michael R.
Spence, Escuela de Medicina de la
Universidad de Nuevo Mexico; Dr.
Robert G. Hartman, Universidad de
Wisconsin; y Dr. John David Lip-
son, Escuela de Medicina de la
Universidad de Michigan.
La mayoria de los nuevos interns
deberA Ilegar a la Zona del Canal,
el 27 de junior, a bordo del vapor
Cristdbal.


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Francisco Montenegro, restaurador de muebles del Canal de PanamA, se
asegura de que el marco sirva de adecuado complement a una de las obras
maestras que se afiadirAn a la galeria de arte de la Universidad de la Zona
del Canal. (Fotos adicionales en la secci6n inglesa.)



Joven Ge6loga Panameia ...


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David. Fue luego una de las prime-
ras, del sexo femenino, en obtener
el titulo de ingenieria civil en la
Universidad de Panama. Alli, en su
primer afio de studios, fue procla-
mada Reina de los Novatos, despu6s
de competir con representantes de
todas las facultades de la universidad
y ganarse las simpatias de la mayoria
de los estudiantes y del jurado cali-
ficador por su alegria, belleza y
maestria en nuestros bailes folkl6-
ricos y populares.
La Srta. Probst gan6 el primer
premio con su tesis sobre ingenieria
sanitaria en PananmA y la Sociedad de
Ingenieros Sanitarios de Panamn le
otorg6 un diploma y la admiti6 como
socia. Pertenece ademis a la Socie-
dad Panamefia de Ingenieros y Ar-
quitectos y a la Asociaci6n Ameri-
cana de Meteorologia, Capitulo de
PanamA y de la Zona del Canal.
En 1960, en el concurso interdis-
tritorial para escoger la Reina del
Caf6 de Chiriqui represent al Dis-
trito de Boquete, sali6 triunfadora y
le toc6 el alto honor de presidir tales
festividades.


La Srta. Probst comenz6 a trabajar
con la empresa del Canal de PanamA
en 1967 en la Secci6n de Hidrogra-
fia de la Divisi6n de Estudios sobre
Canal a Nivel. Esta secci6n estA a
cargo de los studios hidrogrAficos en
las regions de Darien y Colombia.
Trabaj6 en los campamentos de Cu-
diche y Teresita, en Colombia, y en
los campamentos de Morti, Ortiga y
Santa Fe, en Darien. Hizo aforacio-
nes en los rios Atrato, Chucunaque y
Morti y ayud6 a la localizaci6n de
sitios para la colocaci6n de estaciones
hidrol6gicas, para medir las precipi-
taciones fluviales y los niveles de
los rios.
En febrero de este afio fue tras-
ladada al Ramo de Ingenieria Civil.
Trabaj6 primero en la ampliaci6n
del Corte Gaillard detectando los
probables movimientos de tierra. Ul-
timamente, junto con los ge6logos
del Canal de Panamai, ha estado estu-
diando las muestras de material ex-
traido de las inmediaciones del Corro
IIodges done so han descubierto
grietas que constituyen deslizamicn-
tos potenciales y que requieren una
estrecla vigilancia.


Premios por Seguridad Dieron en Abastos y Servicios Comunales


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El Vicegobernador Parfitt entreg6
tambidn laves de seguridad por 20
anos a las siguientes personas que
prestaron sus servicios durante ese
numnero de afios sin lesiones causan-
tes de incapacidad: Frank Henry,
Tomnis D. Arosemena y Jos6 A.
Zarate, del Ramo de Predios; Victo-
riano Alvarado, del Centro de Ser-
vicios de Santa Cruz; G. S. de Torres,
del Centro de Servicios de Balboa;
Elisio Gonzalez, del Almacen de
Balboa; George Menzies, del Alma-
cen de Calzados de Balboa; y Leticia
Gonzalez, de la Lavanderia de
Anc6n.
L. A. Ferguson, Director de Abas-
tos y Servicios Comunales, entreg6
Tarjetas de Conducci6n Segura a
conductores de la Direcci6n que
trabajaron hasta 1967 sin incurrir
en violaci6n alguna. Fueron ellos:
Oscar Rollex, de Edificaciones y Equi-
po, 4 afios; Clifford Chandler y
Thomas Riley, del Almacdn de Bal-
boa, que han conducido autos duran-
te 12 afios; George Chambers, San-
tiago Sinchez y Rafael Femenias, del
Almac6n de Balboa, que han condu-
cido durante 9 afios; y Oscar Butler,
3 anos, Ignacio G6ndola, 2 anos,
Harry Smith, Kenneth Bowen, Hora-
cio Henry y Damian Mufnoz, 1 aino
cada uno, tambien del Almacdn de
Balboa, y Matthew Scott, 3 afios, de
la Division de Almacenes. G. DaCos-
ta recibi6 las tarjetas de seguridad de
los conductores que no pudieron estar
presents.


En la Divisi6n de Abastos se en-
tregaron certificados de seguridad a
los siguientes supervisors: W. W.
Spencer, Patna L. Brown, C. J.
Auble, C. J. O'Sullivan, W. F.
Robinson, R. G. Richardson, W. R.
Dixon, Louis Schmidt, Frank L.
Ostrander, C. C. Rowe, W. L. Benny,
J. J. Pustis, D. R. Bradshaw, Dorothy
Yost, C. Roberts, R. Bayard, Joseph
DeMidio, J. B. Burgoon, Frank E.
Day, Rub6n Padmore, James Griffith,
J. R. Small, Seabert Haynes, L. R.
Sparks, P. W. McBarnctt, W. B.
McQueen y Francisco Brito.
Samuel Dubin, supervisor en la
Division de Almacenes, recibi6 su
certificado. En la Divisi6n de Servi-
cios Comunales recilieron sus cer-
tificados como supervisors, los si-
guientes empleados: Hilton Good-
ridge, Guy V. Bruton, Stanley A.
Griffith, Edgar McGill, John Francis,
Cleveland Johnson, Jos6 Aguilar,
Stanley M. Hawkins, Bestre Burke,
Stephen McBean, Frederick D.
Stewart, Fitz M. Barton, Chrysostom
Trapp, Concepci6n Barrios, Daniel
Byfield, Samuel Boyce, Junios Jor-
dan, Lionel McClean, Cornelius
Brooks, Egbert M. Bests, Albert E.
Watson, Norman A. Blades, Samuel
Alexander, Charles C. Mayors y
Dudley Jones.
En la Divisi6n de Abastos se en-
tregaron Certificados de Seguridad
para sus respectivas Unidades a: Jos6
Diaz, Linton Roberts, Alfred C.
Drakes, Leonard I. Sealey, C. Da
Costa, C. Scantlebury, Robert Phil-


lips, P. W. McBarnett, William Cawl,
Oscar Butler, W. Mitchell, Lorenz
Newton, C. Hall, Maude Jemet, Gary
Chirley, Roberto Murdock, Goshin
Harris, G. Hinds, J. M. Miller, Ruby
Anderson, Florence Barton, Ilortense
Thomas y Randolph Meyers.
Jerome Phillips, de la Divisi6n de
Almacenes recibi6 un Certificado de
Seguridad para Unidades, y en la
Division de Servicios Comunales re-
cibieron este certificado para sus res-
pectivas Unidades los siguientes em-
pleados: Frederick Thompson, Ger-
sham Springer, Pedro Chanis, Za-
porra Anderson, Gerald Oakley,
Chester Harding, Audrey Brown,
Julio Marroquin, Nathaniel Failey,
Euclides Castillo, Florencio Ja6n, Ti-
moteo Vega, Aquilino de la Cruz,
Josi D. Castillo, Demetrio Avendaino,
Te6filo Alveo, Francisco Villarreal,
Bicnvenvido Abadia y Rogelio de
Len.
L. A. Ferguson, Director de Abas-
tos y Servicios Comunales, felicity a
todos los que rccibieron certificados
de seguridad y express su agradeci-
miento a cada uno de los hombres y
mujeres que han contribuido, indi-
vidual y colectivamente a la gran
mnarea de seguridad d( la Direcci6n.
J. 1 i i ,11, funcionario de se-
girildad de la Direcei6n d( A.bastos
y Servicios Conminales, dirigi() la
ceremonia de entrega de preinios por
seguridad y W. ii. Smith, Jefe del
Ranm de Seguridad del C( anal rd
Panaimai y el Vicegobernador II. H.
Parfitt pronunciaron breves palabras.


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